Telephone numbers in Europe

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Most country calling codes in European countries start with +3x or +4x. The international access code has been standardised as 00. Some countries that by the Copenhagen criteria are considered part of Europe, use numbers outside that range, namely the Asia range +9:

There are two countries which are geographically in Asia but are considered part of Europe for cultural and historical reasons. They have been assigned country codes in the +3 range:

European Economic Area[edit]

Country Country calling code National number length Dialing plan* International Call Prefix
Austria Austria 43 4 to 13 variable 00
Belgium Belgium 32 8 (mobile 9) fixed with 0 00
Bulgaria Bulgaria 359 7 to 9 variable 00
Croatia Croatia 385 8 or 9 (some mobile) variable 00
Cyprus Cyprus 357 8 fixed 00
Czech Republic Czech Republic 420 9 fixed 00
Denmark Denmark 45 8 fixed 00
Estonia Estonia 372 7 (fixed or mobile), 8 (mobile) fixed 00
Finland Finland 358 5 to 12 variable 00
France France 33 9 fixed with 0 00
Germany Germany 49 4 to 12 variable 00
Greece Greece 30 10 fixed 00
Hungary Hungary 36 6 (generally) 7 (Budapest, mobile) or 8-9 (some mobile) variable 00
Iceland Iceland 354 7 (mobile and landline) or 9 (for 3xxxxxxxx) fixed 00
Republic of Ireland Ireland 353 7 to 9 digits; 10 digits (mobile voicemail) variable 00
Italy Italy 39 8 to 12 fixed 00
Latvia Latvia 371 8 fixed 00
Liechtenstein Liechtenstein 423 up to 12 (generally is 7) fixed 00
Lithuania Lithuania 370 8 variable 00
Luxembourg Luxembourg 352 6 to 9 (mobile always 9) fixed 00
Malta Malta 356 8 fixed 00
Netherlands Netherlands 31 10 variable 00
Norway Norway 47 4-12 (generally 8) fixed 00
Poland Poland 48 9 fixed 00
Portugal Portugal 351 9 fixed 00
Romania Romania 40 9 fixed with 0 00
Slovakia Slovakia 421 9 variable 00
Slovenia Slovenia 386 8 variable 00
Spain Spain 34 9 fixed 00
Sweden Sweden 46 6 to 9 variable 00
EFTA member state Switzerland is not a formal part of the EEA, but is through a series agreements a part of the area in practical sense in many areas.
Switzerland Switzerland 41 9 fixed with 0 00
United Kingdom United Kingdom 44 9 or 10 digits (geographic); 7, 9 or 10 (non-geographic) variable 00
All EEA member states apply the EU roaming regulations. When travelling within the EEA, the EU price caps apply.

Other European countries[edit]

Country Country calling code National Number Length Dialing plan International Call Prefix
Albania Albania 355 8 (fixed), 9 (mobile) variable 00
Andorra Andorra 376 6 or 9 (in special cases) fixed 00
Armenia Armenia 374 8 variable 00
Azerbaijan Azerbaijan 994 9 variable 00
Belarus Belarus 375 9 variable 00 (was 8~10)
Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina 387 8 variable 00
Georgia (country) Georgia 995 9 variable 00
Gibraltar Gibraltar 350 8 fixed 00
Kosovo Kosovo 383 or 384 proposed; Serbia, Slovenia, and Monaco codes currently used variable
Republic of Macedonia Republic of Macedonia 389 8 variable 00
Moldova Moldova 373 8 fixed with 0[1] 00
Monaco Monaco 377 8 to 9 fixed (?) 00
Montenegro Montenegro 382 8 (?) variable (?) 00
Russia Russia, Kazakhstan 7 10 variable 8~10
San Marino San Marino 378 6 to 12 fixed 00
Serbia Serbia 381 5 to 9 variable 00
Turkey Turkey 90 10 fixed 00
Ukraine Ukraine 380 9 variable 00
Vatican City Vatican City 379

*An variable dialing plan has different dialing procedures for local and long distance telephone calls. Another number within the same city or within an area is dial only by the subscriber number, while for calls outside the area, the number must be prefixed with the destination area code. For fixed dialing plan it is always required to dial all digits of the complete telephone number, including any area codes, if implemented.

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