This variation of the bike path continues from Brunico in the direction of S. Lorenzo|St. Lorenzen to the former Roman road station, Mansio Sebatum. Excavations and a museum offer the opportunity to learn more about the Romans in the Pustertal. The route goes from San Lorenzo to San Vigilio or to San Martin – 23 or 24 km (14.5 or 15 miles).
From downtown Brunico (elevation 835 m/2,740 ft.), the bicycle route follows the Rienza River through the city in the direction of S. Lorenzo|St. Lorenzen. This section runs for the most part over a gravel path, and only shortly before S. Lorenzo does it turn back into a paved road, which takes us directly into the village center of S. Lorenzo (elevation 810 m/2,657 ft.). After S. Lorenzo, the bike path leaves the course of the river and leads past the district of S. Martino|St. Martin in the direction of the Val Badia|Gadertal - from here to Sares|Maria Saalen, Pliscia, Pieve and finally to San Vigilio.
Arriving from the west: Take the A22 (Autostrada Brennero-Brennerautobahn) to the Bressanone/Val Pusteria-Brixen/Pustertal exit, then continue along the main highway SS49 to Brunico-Bruneck.
Arriving from the east: Take the A10 (Tauern Autobahn) from Austria as far as the Spittal interchange, then continue on the E66 highway to the Lendorf exit. From there, take the B100 past Lienz. The road changes name to the SS49 after the Italian border, then continue on to San Candido|Innichen and Brunico-Bruneck.
Free parking is available at the Stegona|Stegen Piazza Mercato|Marktplatz (behind the train station area in Brunico).
By Public Transportation
Brunico is easily reached by bus or train.