Best Travel Strollers for Family Holidays

You might opt to bring your child’s usual stroller on holiday and this has its benefits in that you know your child will be comfortable in it and it spares you the expense of purchasing a new one. If your buggy is big and bulky and you will be travelling around a lot with a baby over 6 months then you might opt for either a lightweight stroller or a fold up stroller.

Some people opt to take a light weight stroller with them when travelling with toddlers as these fold up easily and are light. this is a great option where your child will not be in a stroller for too long and allows you to travel by bus, taxi and train easily and efficiently. Some reputable lightweight strollers include:

The Maclaren Mark II

£170/ Suitable from 6 months/ stroller weighs 3kgs

This has a 5-point harness, xtra-large UPF 50+ hood with mesh peek-a-boo window and extendable sun visor, the Mark II is also very compact when folded, so it will fit in the boot of small cars.

The Recaro Easylife

£189/suitable from 6 months/ stroller weighs 5.9 kg

The stroller has a big seat, decent recline and one-handed fold and unfold mechanism.

The Quinny Yezz

The Quinny Yezz

£175/ suitable from 6 months/ stroller weighs 5 kg

The Quinny Yezz is a bright 3-wheeler buggy. It is easy to fold and unfold and has a shoulder strap which is great for public transport.$productpagemainimagezoom$

Mamas and Papas Kato II

Mamas & Papas Kato 2

£79.95/ suitable from near birth/ stroller weighs 6 kg

Suitable from birth months and is great as a holiday buggy. Its reasonable priced but doesn’t have a recline.

The Babyzen Yoyo

£319/ suitable from birth/ weighs 5 kg

This is one of the most compact strollers on the market and is also comfortable for babies and toddlers and has a good recline. when folded it measures 52 x 44 x 18 cm.

Quicksmart Backpack Stroller

The Quicksmart Backpack Stroller

£122/ suitable from 6 months/ stroller weight 4 kgs

This stroller  folds into a handy backpack and is compact enough for you to take on a plane as carry-on luggage. There’s no recline but it is easy to manoeuvre. Airlines have different policies on flying with a stroller.

For further information on the various airline policies click here.