22 Instagram Captions To Use When You're in Portugal

cafe chairs and table against a pink apartment building in Portugal
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Vacation time means new Instagram captions!

Portugal Instagram Captions

If you're traveling to Portugal anytime soon, don't fret about your Instagram captions because we've done the hard work for you! Whether you're staying in Lisbon or traveling to Porto, Braga, or Sintra, we found cute, sweet, and fun captions for your followers to 'like' while you're on vacation. If you love to travel, take us with you, we're a click away!

Quotes About Portugal for Instagram Captions

• "Oh salty sea, how much of your salt Is tears from Portugal?" – Fernando Pessoa

• "Portuguese is cheerful and sweet, like a language of birds". – Paulo Rónai

• "My business partner gave me a drone, a small helicopter you pilot with an iPhone, and also it has a camera so you can see what it sees on the iPhone. Great fun. I fly it outside in Portugal. It's wonderful to oversee gardens". -Christian Louboutin

• "I have two place I like to be. Portugal is one." - Cliff Richard

• "Wet or fine, the air of Portugal has a natural happiness in it, and the people of the country should be as happy and prosperous as any people in the world." - H.G Wells

• "My affection hath an unknown bottom, like the Bay of Portugal". - William Shakespeare

Portugese Words for Instagram Captions

• "Saudade" - nostalgic feeling

• "mágoa" - a heartbreaking feeling

• "nefelibata" - someone who lives in the clouds

• "apaixonar" - the action of falling in love

• "gostosa" - delicious/super attractive

• "desabafar" - venting

• "lindeza" - nice/pretty

• "beijinho" - little kisses

• "engraçado/a" - fun, cool, or attractive

Portugese Idioms for Instagram Captions

• "Estou-me nas tintas" - I don't give a damn

• "Esta com os azeites" - to be in a bad mood

• "Macaquinhos na cabeça" - to be suspicious

• "João sem braço" - to play dumb

• "Barata tonta" - to be clumsy

• "Macacos me mordam!" - to be intrigued or surprised

• "Engloir sapos" - to do something you don't want to

• "Muitos anos a vivar frangos" - someone who has a lot of experience