Capital of the hipsters

Young creative people from all over the world are moving to Berlin – and new quarters are becoming ever more attractive.

When the Irishman James Guerin came to Berlin in the nineties and moved to the quarter Prenzlauer Berg, he had to learn German quickly in order to be able to communicate. Today, in some parts of the city. “In the ‘Bonanza Coffee Heroés’ the barista only speaks English”, tells Guerin with a view to a trendy coffee bar in the Oderberger Straße in Prenzlauer Berg.