DiVino is a trendy wine bar situated in the heart of Budapest's downtown. You can sip a glass of Hungarian red or white here while enjoying the picture-postcard view of the St. Stephen's Basilica, Budapest's biggest church. Touristy it may be, still, it’s a sight to behold. DiVino is best during the warm-weather months by the outdoor tables (the dimly-lit, soulless interior can have a club-like atmosphere).

DiVino's 150 types of wines come from leading Hungarian wineries, both big (Takler, Heimann, Konyári) and small (Pendits). Split by wine region, they're all listed on the walls. If you need some food to mop up the alcohol, go for the cheese (€11), charcuterie (€8), or mixed (€15) platter. The customers are a mix of tourists who pass by the area, and 30-plus Hungarians who enjoy sceney spots.