Ireland’s Timezone

Ireland operates on Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) during the winter months, which typically begins on the last Sunday in October, where  the clocks are set back one hour. During the summer months, starting on the last Sunday in March, Ireland switches to Irish Standard Time (IST), which is GMT+1.

Ireland is generally eight hours behind China. However,  this time difference with Beijing will become seven hours during the summer months as mentioned above.



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