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Lure is a commune in the Haute Saone department in the region of Franche Comte. Lure is the third most populous town in the department, smaller than Vesoul and Hericourt, but larger than Luxeuil-les-Bains and Gray. Although it is a small city, Lure has many attractions in and around the area, as well as many restaurants where tourists can enjoy the local specialties and French wine.
Top Attractions Within Lure

Abbaye de Lure was founded in the early seventh century by St. Desle Beltramme. It was also well endowed by the Kings of France to the point that the abbot had the title of Prince of the Empire. Today, there is not much left from the old Abbey, but tourists can still see the remains of the building. There are guided tours and a lot of documentation which gives you a better insight on the history of the place.

La Reserve Naturelle Nationale des Ballons Comtols is located in the region of Franche Comte, near Lure. Located in the highlands, the territory of the park is mostly covered with forests and some large openings. The Reservation has other wonderful places tourists can visit. With beautiful scenery and landscapes, including the Vosges and the Ballon d'Alsace, this park must not be missed if you are in the area.

Fraispertuis City in Epinal, near Lure, is a great amusement park for the whole family. The park is well maintained, the staff is very friendly and there are great attractions for people of all ages. There are also many restaurants where you can choose from a wide range of foods and beverages. There are many themed rides, water games, and rides on land or air.

Notre-Dame au Cierge in Epinal, is located near Lure. The church is a truly magnificent example of the work of Gabriel Loire, a master glass artist from Chartres. The panels depict 17 scenes from the life of the Virgin Mary, are in the dalle de verre style. This means that there are thick slabs of glass, which have been faceted with a hammer, and then set in a concrete matrix.