Local time in Netherlands
The time in Netherlands is 1 hour ahead of UTC and 6 hours ahead of Ashburn. There is no daylightsaving in effect at the moment.
Details for the time in Netherlands
|Timezone||Central European Time (CET)|
|Olson timezone name||Europe/Amsterdam|
|Time difference||6 hours ahead of Ashburn|
|1 hour ahead of UTC|
Netherlands Daylight Saving time (DST)
Netherlands uses Daylight Savings time. In the table below you can find out when DST begins and when DST ends in Netherlands.
|DST Started 2020||March 29, 2020
Forward 1 hour
|DST Ends 2121||Oct. 31, 2021
Backward 1 hour
|Next DST Start 2121||March 28, 2021
Forward 1 hour
The Netherlands uses Central European Time CET and Central European Sumer Time CEST. CET is UTC +0100 and CEST is UTC +0200. The Netherlands's latitude and longitude is 52° 23' N and 4° 55' E, it’s a small country. Geographically UTC +0000 would be more suitable for the Netherlands. Because the country observes CET the sun rises relatively late in the Netherlands. Considering its high latitude it is no surprise the country observes daylight savings time. If you plan to visit the country remember the following: The country is called the Netherlands, not Holland. Holland is just a part of the Netherlands. The language is called Dutch and so are the inhabitants of the country. Because the country is very small the sun can “travel” from the east to the west of the country in 15 minutes. Of course size isn’t everything, there was a time the Dutch ruled the world.