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Hi all :)

I am planning a big 12 week trip through Europe next year and am hoping to stay in hostel accommodation to keep costs down. I am 30 and looking for hostels that are quieter as opposed to the party orientated ones. The places I will be travelling to are:

Munich
Prague
Vienna
Salzburg
Milan
Venice
Florence
Rome
Sorrento
Lake Como
Paris
Strasbourg
Spain - not sure of exact locations yet so all suggestions welcome!
Dublin
Edinburgh

Just wondering if anyone knows of any good hostels in these areas that would suit? Would appreciate any ideas/opinions :)

Cheers!

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