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Finland train travel questions

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We are a family of 4 ( 2 adults, a 5 year old and a 2 year old) and I am trying to buy tickets from Helsinki to Rovaniemi and back. On the VR site - it gives me the option to buy a family ticket and then I can select berths or cabins. Which should I pick? What is the difference? There's also upper and lower cabins - whats the difference in those? Each cabin seems to sleep 2 - does that mean we need two cabins? Or can our family with 2 little kids all be in 1 cabin?

Sorry for all the questions but this is all a bit confusing.

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