Slovenia lies in the Central European time zone. Winter time is GMT plus one hour while in summer it’s GMT plus two hours.
Clocks are advanced at 2am on the last Sunday in March and set back at the same time on the last Sunday in October.
Like some other European languages, Slovene tells the time by making reference to the next hour – not the previous one (as in English and other languages). Thus 1.15 is ‘one-quarter of two’, 1.30 is ‘half of two’ and 1.45 is ‘three-quarters of two’.