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I have just booked my wife and myself on the Rome to Munich overnight train for next month. The website asked how many passengers were traveling (2) as well as our ages. However the website only wanted my name and details, not my wife's. The ticket was sent by email and stated it was valid only for myself, but did say ' and accompanying persons where applicable'.

The fare was 298 EUR for 1st class, which was a lot cheaper than a single airfare with Lufthansa. Is my wife also booked on the same ticket, or do I have to book her separately and pay another 298 EUR ? The wording is ambiguous. The website reverted to German when I tried to investigate, leaving me stumped. I don't want to front up in Rome next month to find she has no ticket. Can anyone please help ?

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