Just like other member states of the European Union (EU), Estonia will switch to daylight saving time in the early morning of Sunday, March 31.
Estonia to switch to daylight saving time
Clocks will be adjusted forward one hour at 3 a.m. on March 31.
In accordance with the EU Summer Time (daylight saving time) rule, daylight saving time across the EU starts at 1.00 a.m. Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) on the last Sunday of March and ends at the same time on the last Sunday of October.
In 1999 the Estonian government decided to abandon the switch to daylight saving time but the practice was restored in the spring of 2002.