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I'd go with what LaurentG has written. Declare it, pay the deposit (by credit card! Anything else will result in a for you completely useless CHF refund with according fees if you change it to USD) and get refunded upon leaving. There are flights departing from either secor, the French and the Swiss. Therefore, depending on where your gate lies, you might ...


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You may use the transit facility of Swiss Customs. This is probably the most easiest way to transit with wine without problems. Alcoholic beverages that exceed the allowances and are destined for transit through Switzerland must be declared upon entry (see also Alcoholic beverages). The same applies for tobacco goods (see also Tobacco goods). A ...


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The Schengen agreement is entirely unrelated to customs and goods, it's only about the movement of people. The UK isn't in the Schengen area and maintains its own visa policy but as a full member of the EU, it's part of the common market, which means you can import any quantity of alcoholic beverages from other EU countries (for personal use). Conversely, ...


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FWIW, an update to the answers… In Switzerland, domestic tilting trains are marked ICN (as it has been said). Tilting train sets may occasionally appear in non-ICN-marked services (a good example is the service between Basel SBB and Zürich Airport which do not serve Zürich HB). Tilting trains are also used on some (most) EC connections between Switzerland ...



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