My great-grandfather, Joseph Pirkl, moved from Dolní Dobrouč to southern Minn. My parents are both 82 and I'm helping them plan a trip to visit Dolní Dobrouč, my mom's lifelong dream.
They'll fly into Prague and spend a couple days there seeing highlights. They have pretty good stamina for 82, are well traveled, plus my brother will be joining them. They are not foodies, can only appreciate a limited number of museums, cathedrals, historic sites, etc., favoring instead to get to the side streets, quiet countryside, smaller villages, mingle with locals when possible, or just sit on a park bench and take in the sights, sounds, smells.
If they train to Dolní Dobrouč, and don't get a rental car, is it possible to get a private driver in this area? They're also interested in Litomysl, a bigger town and might be closest hotel options? While they're in this general area, any other must-see spots they should include?
Any links, experience, direction advice on this pocket of Czech Republic would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance!