Bookcrossing comes to Barcelona as part of the celebrations of the Cerdà Year. A new initiative to mark 150 years since the design of Barcelona's popular Eixample neighbourhood by Ildefons Cerdà, 150 books related to the city, both modern and classic, are being left in public spaces around the neighbourhood, where they will be looking for readers. The idea of bookcrossing is to let books travel and not keep them trapped on a bookshelf. If you find a book in this way, read it, and then release it once more for the next reader to pick it up and give it a temporary home.
Look out for books in squares, parks, interior patios, bars, service stations, hospitals, shops, etc. until April 30th.