It has been proposed to have a single international prefix for all Europe (+3). In the meantime, we still have to look up every code. Needless to say that they have not been organised in a very logical way. So here is a useful summary for the whole continent. Keeping this in sight also allows you to quickly pinpoint where a phone call comes from, as business and personal relations are increasingly at an European level nowadays.

  • +30 – Greece
  • +31 – The Netherlands
  • +32 – Belgium
  • +33 – France
  • +34 – Spain
  • +350 – Gibraltar
  • +351 – Portugal
  • +352 – Luxembourg
  • +353 – Republic of Ireland
  • +354 – Iceland
  • +355 – Albania
  • +356 – Malta
  • +357 – Cyprus
  • +358 – Finland
  • +359 – Bulgaria
  • +36 – Hungary
  • +370 – Lithuania
  • +371 – Latvia
  • +372 – Estonia
  • +373 – Moldova
  • +374 – Armenia
  • +375 – Belarus
  • +376 – Andorra
  • +377 – Monaco (+ mobile phone networks in Kosovo)
  • +378 – San Marino
  • +380 – Ukraine
  • +381 – Serbia
  • +382 – Montenegro
  • +385 – Croatia
  • +386 – Slovenia
  • +387 – Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • +389 – Republic of Macedonia
  • +39 – Italy and Vatican City
  • +40 – Romania
  • +41 – Switzerland
  • +420 – Czech Republic
  • +421 – Slovakia
  • +423 – Liechtenstein
  • +43 – Austria
  • +44 – United Kingdom
  • +45 – Denmark
  • +46 – Sweden
  • +47 – Norway
  • +48 – Poland
  • +49 – Germany