Please be aware that Daylight Saving Time
(DST) changes in Estonia do not necessarily occur on the same date every year.
In Estonia, DST starts on the last Sunday in March and ends on the last Sunday in October.
Facts About Estonia
Information for Travelers
Estonia is a northern European country bordering the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Finland and formerly part of the Soviet Union.
The last truly European nation before the great swath of Russia
takes over from the east, Estonia offers travelers a fascinating mix of Slav, Russian, Scandinavian and totally unique local cultures.
The varied landscape of the national territory, which also includes more than 1,500 islands, is characterized by rocky beaches, forests with centuries-old trees and lakes.
It ranges from the beautiful windswept coastline of the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Finland to the rolling forests around Tartu in the south and offers some amazing and wonderful destinations along the way.
The capital Tallinn is known for its well-preserved Old Town, as well as its museums and 314m high television tower with viewing platform.
There are numerous castles, churches and forts across the country.
The flooded forests and mystical streams of Soomaa National Park are without a doubt one of the most beautiful and enchanting destinations in all of Estonia.
Read about Estonia in Wikipedia