Arbois Arbois is the gastronomical and viticultural town par excellence. With its widely renowned wine-growers and food craftsmen, this capital of the "Good Life" offers an unbeatable array of activities and discoveries. Belfort In Belfort, art is a tradition which, since its beginning with the Lion by Bartholdi, has never ceased to grow and diversify. The town is adorned with spruce, harmonious colours, that each visitor can discover with the different renovated facades and the colourful flower displays in the public gardens. BesançonThe heart of the city, nestling in a loop of the River Doubs, offers visitors the charming spectacle of its myriad narrow streets. Besançon has the reputation of the greenest city in France. Today the city centre beats to the rhythm of commerce and craft trades. As the focal point of a conurbation which can boast many a high-tech industry, Besançon has become known around the world as a capital of microtechniques, thanks to the work of the Local Action Committee. DoleThe City of Marcel Aymé and Pasteur will take you back to the time of the ancient Earldom, whose capital it was. Every road or monument here reminds us of the daily existence of the nobles, monks, craftsmen and traders who made the ancient capital so prosperous. Dole has been listed as a City of Art and History. Do not miss the area around the collegiate church of Notre Dame where, three times a week, the market comes to display the very best in Franche-Comté flavours. Gray Crossed by the river Saône, Gray profits from a privileged natural context where past and present combine in total harmony. Lons-le-SaunierLons-le-Saunier was built in the Roman period around a spring of salt water, and its spa tradition and the Enlightenment period have left their stamp on the town. It also offers its visitors a different way of life, with its picturesque little squares and its Museums of Fine Art and Archaeology, and it is also the ideal starting point for many an excursion. MontbéliardMontbéliard has preserved the charm that is so unique to the lovely cities of the Württemberg Empire. The castle which dominates the city is home to some of the finest reminders of this past. Montbéliard also boasts a hugely diverse cultural scene, with particular focus on street theatre. Salins-les-bainsIt is the richness of the salt water springs that led the first inhabitants, more than 2,000 years ago, to form a settlement in Salins, a veritable fortress of white gold. Three belvederes offer fabulous views over the city of White Gold.