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DST Starts in Europe Sunday, March 25, 2018. Most of Europe set the clocks forward 1 hour on Sunday, March 25, 2018, when Daylight Saving Time (DST) starts. DST is also known as Summer Time. Clocks will go forward 1 hour in the striped areas in Europe on March 25, 2018. Most countries in Europe spring forward 1 hour at 01:00 UTC.
The warmth of spring will be welcomed by many; however, it will come with an increased risk for severe weather and flooding in some parts of Europe.
Discover now the best destinations to travel this year! From Wroclaw to Athens, travellers have selected the best places to visit in Europe. Best places to travel in 2018 - Europe's Best Destinations
The business partnering conference BIO-Europe Spring 2018 took place 12 14 March in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The event has been organised by the EBD Group and and [iito] Business Intelligence was a Media Partner. Advertisement.
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(Editor’s note: Check out our new 2019 list of Europe’s best ski/music festivals and spring break destinations.) Street’s like a jungle / So call the police / Following the herd / Down to Greece / On holiday! – Blur, “Girls & Boys,” 1994. Working in August? Forget about it! Everyone is at the beach.
The abstract submission process opened on January 3, 2018 and will close on January 31, 2018. All submitters must upload presentations to the IXPUG EasyChair site . The final presentations are due on March 2, 2018 and the content should reflect the overall intent outlined in the abstract submission.
Daylight Saving Time (DST) is often incorrectly referred to as “daylight savings time”. In some countries, it is also called “summer time”. In some countries, it is also called “summer time”.
Europe is where the Old World meets the Western world. It’s the place of “backpacking” lore. In the time it would take a person to travel through the entire United States, one could cover the grounds of numerous European countries, each one unique.
Most of North America and Europe use astronomical spring, while Australia and New Zealand use meteorological spring (however, as these countries are in the Southern Hemisphere, the seasons are opposed and spring there lasts from September to November).