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train info for Switzerland and Italy

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We are spending a few days in Geneva, then on to join friends on Lake Como at Bellagio; and then a side trip to Venice before flying out of Milan. All this in a couple of weeks.

We would like to maximize use of train travel, so -
1. recommendations for train(s) from Geneva to Lake Como (from what we've read, we will probably take a ferry up to Bellagio)
2. train in and out of Venice (we are staying a couple of nights)?
3. finally, what is best mode of transport from Bellagio to Malpensa (we may stay the night before in Milan but that's doubtful)

OK, here are more details: I am over 60 but my wife is not; any use of "senior" status available? And, is some sort of Eurail pass useful, or just point-to-point?

Thanks, all.

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