In 1494, the famous German artist Albrecht Dürer travelled for the first time to Italy. His final destination was Venice. Because of the flooded Adige valley, he had to bypass from the cloister St. Florian in Egna/Neumarkt to Buchholz/Pochi. He came across the gill of the river Lakus and passed the Roman's bridge ("Römerbrücke"). After Buchholz/Pochi, he arrived at the Sauch pass. This road brought him to the Lago Santo Lake, where he descended to Cembra, Faver and the Segonzano Castle. During his stay in this castle, he created a few of his most important watercolors.
A Part of the path is accessible today.
Freeway A22, exit Egna/Ora, then direction Egna and continue to Laghetti/Laag