Telephone Prefixes (Country Code) for European Countries

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In order to call someone who is located in a different country, you need to enter the person's country code before you enter the number.

Like all countries, those in Europe have their own set of country codes that vary by zone and by individual country. This article will introduce you to the complete list.

Telephone Prefixes (Country Codes) in Zone 1 of Europe

+30 - Greece
+31 - Netherlands
+32 - Belgium
+33 - France
+34 - Spain
+350 - Gibraltar
+351- Portugal
+352 - Luxembourg
+353 - Ireland
+354 - Iceland
+355 - Albania
+356 - Malta
+357 - Cyprus
+358 - Finland
+359 - Bulgaria
+36 - Hungary
+37 - formerly used for GDR - now +49
+370 - Lithuania
+371 - Latvia
+372 - Estonia
+373 - Moldova
+374 - Armenia
+375 - Belarus
+376 - Andorra
+377 - Monaco
+378 - San Marino
+379 - Vatican
+38 - formerly used for Yugoslavia
+380 - Ukraine
+381 - Serbia and Montenegro
+382 - not awarded
+383 - not awarded
+384 - not awarded
+385 - Croatia
+386 - Slovenia
+387 - Bosnia and Herzegovina
+388 - European Telephony Numbering Space
+389 - Macedonia
+39 - Italy
+3906 - Vatican

Telephone Prefixes (Country Codes) in Zone 2 of Europe

+40 - Romania
+41 - Switzerland
+42 - formerly used for Czechoslovakia
+420 - Czech Republic (Czech Republic)
+421 - Slovakia (Slovak Republic)
+422 - Unassigned
+423 - Liechtenstein
+424 - Unassigned
+425 - Unassigned
+426 - Unassigned
+427 - Unassigned
+428 - Unassigned
+429 - Unassigned
+43 - Austria
+44 - United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (including Isle of Man and Channel Islands)
+45 - Denmark
+46 - Sweden
+47 - Norway
+48 - Poland
+49 - Germany


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