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Help with Trenitalia: How do I know what coach and seat to choose?

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Hi

I am trying to buy tickets on line on Trenitalia's website for my sister and myself. We will be traveling from Milan to Venice May 4, 2008.

How do I fill in this part? There is no seating/coach chart to choose from. How do I know what carriage and seat to choose?

SEAT NEAR TO...
Enter the carriage and seat number beside which you wish to travel here:
Train Coach Seat

121 Cisalpino Monteverdi of 04/05/2008 from Milano Centrale (11:55) to Venezia S. Lucia (14:30) Coach: Seats:


Unless you guys can help, I think I'll just try to find a travel agent when we get to Milan, or just go to the station and buy tickets there.

Johanna

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