Which Pass to take? Please help

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May 24, 2012 - 10:35 AM

I'll be visiting switzerland from 14-16 June, arriving at Geneva from Paris and leaving from Geneva to UK.

Which rail pass is best suitable for me?

Day 1: Geneva (arrive at 5pm)
Day 2: Geneva-->Matterhorn-->Geneva (stay overnight)
Day 3: Geneva (leaving at 8pm)

So basically I'm staying at Geneva for 2 nights, and only travel to Matterhorn on the second day.

May I know where can I find the information for boat ride / tourism in Geneva?

Thank you for your help.

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May 26, 2012 - 12:51 PM
Hi Sam! I just answered your other questions, so I guess you're able to find more information on Geneva tourism, right :-)? The specific website for the lake Geneva boat company is CGN.

You can't really visit the Matterhorn, but let's say you get up to the Gornergrat (with views of the Matterhorn): in that case regular tickets would be slightly cheaper than a Swiss Half Fare Card. As soon as you plan any other extra trip, or a trip that's longer/more expensive than this one, the Swiss Half Fare Card would be better.

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