I need some guidance on my travel plans.
I have booked my return tickets from London to Geneva for August bank holiday.
I'll have 3 complete days to visit place/places.
After I booked, I realized that I should have booked my return flight from Zurich (London to Geneva and Zurich to London) because I would like to visit Zurich as well in the same trip. However flight tickets are not changeable which means in between my trip I'll have to make two journeys: Geneva to Zurich and then again Zurich to Geneva to catch my flight back.
I am checking online for Geneva to Zurich travel options, and it seems train takes around 2.5 hours for one side travel and costs 65 pounds, which is more expensive than my Geneva to London flight ticket.
1) Is it possible to travel from Geneva to Zurich and vice versa by some other means of public transport which is bit cheaper? I can't drive.
2) Is it possible to make these journeys by different route to make these journeys also pleasant and worthwhile?
I don't visit Zurich in this trip if Geneva and other places nearby are so good to spend 3 days?
I am really confused now, how shall I plan this trip to make the most out of it, and spend money on other better things.
Thanks in advance for your suggestions. Please feel free to ask more details if you need that for providing suggestions.