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. I'm a little hesitant about booking trains ahead of time. I will be arriving in Geneva on September 11th and departing from Zurich on September 18th to go back to Korea. I am traveling with my wife and infant (22 month old) daughter. I've been told that the best thing to do is purchase an unlimited rail pass yet we aren't doing a lot of traveling within Switzerland. We need train tickets from Geneva to Zurich and we are going to need some tram/bus tickets while in each city but we aren't doing any adventurous excursions anywhere else. Does it make more sense to land in Geneva and then just purchase one way train tickets to Zurich? Then pay for the occasional tram/bus?

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