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Barcelona - Tickets to Gaudi sites

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Taking the advice of others, I plan on buying tickets in advance online to several Gaudi sites. My problem is, I am confused about the pros and cons of these tickets. Options seem to include a regular advance ticket where you pick the day - but do you pick the time as well and if so, what is the entrance window (e.g., a 3 pm ticket gets you in between 3-4)? There is also a regular-type ticket with a Fast Pass component. Is the Fast Pass necessary? Does this mean that if I have a "regular" ticket, I still have to wait in a long line to get in? As for the "Open Date" option, it appears to be a "regular" ticket, but you do not need to reserve a date...and time? But do you still wait in a long line?

We had a very bad experience waiting 2+ hours in a line for a museum last summer, so I'm trying to avoid a similar experience.

Thanks in advance for clarifying!

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