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Swiss Pass - Purchase Online or in-Person

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We will be making a 5-day trip to Switzerland during the last week of May, traveling from Geneva to Zurich. We are planning on purchasing the Swiss passes, and was wondering, if we order them on-line before leaving, can we pick up the ticket(s) from Geneva Airport? Or should we purchase them at the airport itself?

Also, related to the Swiss Rail travel, I have 2 more questions:

1) From Geneva, we are heading to Interlaken via Montreux. If we can take the Golden Pass, which would be a better side to sit on so we get a proper view.

2) On our way from Interlaken to Zurich, we plan to spend a day in Lucerne, but we don't plan to stay there. Does the railway station in Lucerne have provisions to store luggage while we are sightseeing during the day?

Thanks, in advance, for your help,
Manisha

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