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Switzerland - Swiss Franc or Euro or Both?

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Next week my husband and I will be arriving in Switzerland. Since we have never been there here are our questions:

1. When using the ATM's do they give you francs or euros?
2. When paying for a train leaving Zermatt going into Milan do you pay in franc or euro?

We are wanted to know because we are only in Switz. a short time and don't want to have a lot of extra francs to have to exchange back into $ or euro. We arrive in Bern in the morning, take a train to Zematt for 1 day, then take a train into Milan.

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