Daylight will begin one hour earlier.
Clocks go back one hour at 03.00 on the night between Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 October, bringing an end to daylight saving time, or 'summer' time.
Mornings will be lighter one hour earlier, meaning evenings will turn darker earlier.
The time changes occur twice a year, on the last Sunday of March and the last Sunday of October.
Summer time returns again on 25 March 2018.
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Join us at the St. Patrick’s English Language Library (located at via Boncompagni 31, to the right of the church and down the ramp) for our used book sale! The sale kicks off on We...
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A nice and slow accompanied walk on and through a hill with a unique view on the city: a wall with words from the 19th century Roman Republic Constitution, a Lighthouse far from an...