1 Flower fans should not miss the glorious dahlia festival at Britzer Botanical Garden.
2 Laugh out loud at Kookaburra Comedy Club: Tuesday is their English comedy night.
3 Catch the Carrington- Brown duo's Dream a Little Dream at Bar Jeder Vernunft.
4 Gaze at the exquisite ceramic designs of Enzo Mari, on exhibit at the KPM manufactory.
5 Head to the Philharmonie to hear pieces by Anton Bruckner.
6 The Berlin Festival continues all weekend with a stellar lineup including Moderat.
7 Watch two duelling pianists battle it out in the Piano Battle at Tipi am Kanzleramt.
8 It is the last day to learn about Kandinsky's role in the Bauhaus school (Bauhaus Archiv).
9 Check out Crossroads, the electrifying circusinspired dance show at Chamäleon Variete.
10 See a piano concert at Rykestr. synagogue, part of the ongoing Jewish Culture Days.
11 Fancy a bit of provocation? An exhibit on Pier Paolo Pasolini opens at Martin- Gropius-Bau.
12 Delve into the world of the Vikings at the Martin- Gropius- Bau's brand-new exhibition.
13 The unique U-Bahn Museum opens only once a month. Visit it today from 10:30am.
14 Weekends are for brunching. Try Chipps at Jägerstr. 35 for a European/American feast.
15 Catch a movie at CineStar Potsdamer Platz, one of few theaters to play films undubbed.
16 Walk on the wild side at Berlin’s famed zoo, located at the edge of Tiergarten Park.
17 Be moved by the tragedy of Verdi's La Traviata, performed by Berlin's Staatsoper.
18 Get carried away by the works of Brahms and Schumann, tonight at the Philharmonie.
19 Visit kid-friendly Deutsches Technikmuseum for a look at the history of planes and trains.
20 The weekend flea market on Straße des 17. Juni in Tiergarten park is a Berlin must.
21 Check out the new opera-inspired installation in the Hamburger Bahnhof.
22 Cruise the Spree River! Board a boat tour leaving from the Schiffbauerdamm pier.
23 Delve into German modern art with the Neue Nationalgalerie's impressive collection.
24 Oh, those men in blue. See the Blue Man Group tonight at the BLUEMAX Theater.
25 Head to the Sammlung Scharf- Gerstenberg to see surrealist masters like Dalí or Magritte.
26 See Around the World in 80 Things, the Museum of Communication's new Jules Verne exhibit.
27 Soar up to the 20th floor of the Europa Center and dance at the PURO Sky Lounge.
28 Dig for retro treasures and antiques at the Mauerpark flea market, held every Sunday.
29 Visit Nikolaikirche church, home to Berlin's oldest room, to see 8 centuries of city history.
30 Take a musical lunch break at the Philharmonie's free "lunch concert" at 1pm.