Send a parcel to Portugal from only £10.39 exc VAT
- Collection and drop-off service available
- Get parcel cover worth up to £50 included
- Protect your parcel up to £5000 with extra cover
- Send up to 70kg on selected services
Send Parcel to Portugal
Tucked into Spain's coastline, Portugal is a very popular destination to send a parcel.
Shipping to Portugal has never been easier with Parcel2Go. We have an extensive range of courier services so that you can compare and save with ease when you send parcel to Portugal.
With experienced couriers such as TNT, DPD and Evri - your postage to Portugal will be in safe hands. All shipping from UK to Portugal is fully-trackable from the moment you drop it off or have it collected.
Postage to Portugal
We understand postage costs to Portugal should be affordable for everyone.
Luckily, we’ve done the hard part and already negotiated the cheapest parcel delivery to Portugal for you.
Wherever you’re posting a parcel to in Portugal, whether to Lisbon or Porto, you’re best sending it with Parcel2Go. Get a quick quote to see how much you could save today when you send parcel to Portugal!
How Much is Postage to Portugal?
Cheap parcel delivery UK to Portugal starts from as little as £7.69 with Evri International Parcelshop.
All postage to Portugal is fully-trackable.Get a Quote
What else do you need to know...
Do I need to deal with customs when shipping to Portugal?
Yes. When you ship a parcel to Portugal, your shipment will be subject to customs regulations and fees. Parcel2Go will send you all the documentation you need once you complete your booking with us.
How much postage costs to Portugal?
Postage to Portugal costs as little as £10.39 when you choose Asendia Drop Shop through Parcel2Go. Our prices are so much better than everyone else’s simply because we are able to negotiate with our couriers for the cheapest parcel delivery to Portugal, which we provide for all of our customers. We cut down prices, not quality of service.
How should I address my parcel for delivery to Portugal?
There are a couple of things about the Portuguese addressing system that sets it apart from the typical European model. For instance, Portuguese post codes have seven digits (rather than the more popular five or four digits of surrounding countries) separated by a dash, like a US ZIP code.
Luckily, the Universal Postal Union have produced this handy addressing guide to ensure that addressing your postage to Portugal isn't confusing.
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