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Train - Reservation required?

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Hi everyone,

I have searched through many websites to find out if I need to get a confirmation on the seat reservation for my one-way ticket, but I seem to be getting contradicting information. I hope some of the experts here can guide me along.

I am travelling with my wife from Rome to Florence, and thereafter a 2 days trip, Florence to Venice. I have checked out the trenitalia website and tried doing a dummy purchase and was assigned two seats. Does that mean we already have a confirmation, and that we need not seek for any other seat reservation?

Thanks in advance for your advice! :)

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