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Where near Geneva for a day and a half

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Our family of 11 (from 13 to 68) will be going to Paris for 5 days and then Annecy for a week. While in Annecy we will take a day trip via Chamonix to Aosta. Our house rental finishes on the Saturday morning and we will all fly out on the Monday from Geneva so have a day and a half to see a little bit of Switzerland.

I think what we're all looking for is the most culturally *Swiss* experience we can have in such a short amount of time without driving too, too much. We will have cars though which will need to be returned to the French side of the airport in Geneva. Flights out will be on Monday morning so being not too far from the airport on the Sunday night is important.

Many Thanks in advance for your help!

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