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5 hour layover at ZRH

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I have a 5 hour layover at ZRH (International to International). I'm trying to work out if it is worth going into the city or not. From what I can see, the train would only take about 15 minutes each way.

Some details:

1) It is January.
2) The layover is from 6:50am to 11:55am.
3) Solo adult traveller.
4) Luggage will be checked through.

I've not travelled through ZRH before, so I don't know what time I could expect to be at the train (i.e. going through customs/immigration) or how long I need to give myself to go back through security on the way back. Any comments on that? If it makes a difference I'm flying on a First Class ticket.

Thanks.

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