Hungary to switch to summer time on Sunday
In line with the rest of Europe, clocks will change to summer time at dawn so that 0200 becomes 0300.
The EU-standard change will slightly affect railway and long-distance bus transport timetables.
The switchover will affect the timetables of two international trains. The Dacia-Corvin expresses running between Vienna and Bucharest will depart from Berettyoujfalu in both directions with a 60-minute delay.
Hungary adopted the daylight saving system back in 1980. Under a 1996 government decree, summer time begins on the last Sunday of March and ends on the last Sunday of October.