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Switzerland... and maybe France?

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Hi, everyone!

I'm looking into a 2 week trip from the end of March to mid-April to visit family in Nyon, Switzerland. I found a decent flight into Geneva, and now I'm trying to plan the rest of the itinerary. Since Nyon is so close to France, I figured there might be some good French places to visit as well. So far, these are the spots that people have suggested I look into checking out:
- Matterhorn
- Interlaken
- Lucerne
- the Glacier Express from Zermatt to St. Moritz
- the St. Bernard museum in Martigny

Any other suggestions for places in Switzerland and/or nearby France? Any suggestions for how to get around (e.g. car, rail - and if so, whether a Swiss Pass from Rail Europe or a Eurail France-Switzerand pass would be better? - etc.).

Thanks, seasoned travelers!!

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