Timezone and DST in DenmarkTimezones are always computed by their difference to UTC, the "Universal Time Coordinated". In Denmark there is only a single tonezone at UTC+1. For example, New York is currently at UTC-5 in Eastern Time, so the time difference between New York and Denmark is 6 hours.
They have a nationwide clock change from standard time to daylight saving time, where the clocks are switched forward by one hour in summer.
The next clock change in Denmark will be on March 26th, 2023 at 2:00 to daylight saving time. The clocks are then set one hour forward.
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Current time in all regions of Denmark:
Only 1 nationwide time zone
|Standard time:||Central European Time (CET)|
|Daylight saving time:||Central European Summertime (CEST)|
Denmark has an east-west extension of 7.0 degrees of longitude. Given the country's location in Northern Europe, this corresponds to about 430 kilometers. With this still relatively small extension, the course of the sun is only slightly different at various positions in the country. The position of the sun in the west of the country differs from that in the east by only about 28 minutes. This means the sun rises and sets 28 minutes later in the west than in the east.
The next clock changes in Denmark
|Oct 30, 2022||3:00 am||-1 hour to standard time|
|Mar 26, 2023||2:00 am||+1 hour to daylight saving time|
|Oct 29, 2023||3:00 am||-1 hour to standard time|
|Mar 31, 2024||2:00 am||+1 hour to daylight saving time|
|Oct 27, 2024||3:00 am||-1 hour to standard time|
|Mar 30, 2025||2:00 am||+1 hour to daylight saving time|
|Oct 26, 2025||3:00 am||-1 hour to standard time|
|Mar 29, 2026||2:00 am||+1 hour to daylight saving time|
|Oct 25, 2026||3:00 am||-1 hour to standard time|