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Are you wondering where to travel with a baby?

In this article, you will find a list of the best places to travel with a baby and additional helpful information on choosing the perfect destination. 

Just because you have a new baby doesn’t mean you have to be stuck at home. Now is a great time to make memories with your little one and travel the world!

A baby can make an excellent travel partner! They can easily be strapped into a baby carrier or stroller, will fall asleep virtually anywhere, and overall will enjoy being with mom and dad. That doesn't mean it will always be easy to travel with a baby, but in my opinion, it will always be worth any challenges.

We love traveling with our baby as we scout out the best places to visit with an infant.

The trick is to choose the best destinations for your little one, and fortunately, there are some brilliant baby-friendly holiday destinations worldwide.

Knowing the best places to travel with a baby allows you to select the best baby-friendly countries to visit to ensure your trip will run as smoothly as possible.


How to Choose Infant-Friendly Holiday Destinations

Wondering how to choose the best place to travel with an infant? Find below some of our requirements when we decide where to travel next.

1. Is the Transportation Safe?

An important consideration when we choose holiday destinations with our baby is whether transportation will be safe for our little one.

For example, you might consider whether taxis and private transfers offer infant travel car seats. 

If they don't, it might be best if you rent a car and add a child car seat onto the rental costs, or you might prefer to bring your own – find a post on the best infant travel car seats to travel with here. (However, it is essential to check if your car seat can be adequately secured in a different country as they all have different systems to install car seats).

How safe are these to use if you plan to take public transport? Some countries are crazy when it comes to driving.

Think about what you are comfortable with and choose the best vacation that ticks your boxes.

2. Is the Climate Baby-Friendly?

Look at the average temperatures and how much rain the destination will get at the time of year you plan to visit.

We made the mistake of traveling to Asia during their hot season, and our baby developed a heat rash from the constant heat; it made life more challenging than it needed to be as she was unhappy and pretty grumpy.

We also went to Japan when it was freezing, and it was tricky to keep our little baby warm and snug in the temperature.

3. Keep Travel Time Short

Keep flight time as short as you can. It is much easier to fly with a newborn who sleeps a lot, in comparison to a baby who has just become mobile.

It might be a good idea to pick infant-friendly travel destinations closer to home. An 8-hour flight overseas might be okay, but a 15-hour long-haul flight will be much more challenging (If you are traveling long-haul, you might appreciate our long-haul flight checking list for babies).

So while we list baby-friendly holidays from around the world in our list below, it will be essential to consider the ones closer to your home.

Also, think about how long your transfers are once you land, and keep your travel days nice and short so that there is plenty of downtime for your baby.

4. Which Countries Are Safe?

The best countries to travel to with a baby are the ones that are safe for little kids. Have a look to see if there is any unrest in the destination you will be visiting.

Look at which vaccines you might have to get (and whether your baby can even get them). It might be best to avoid rural and remote areas of a country until your baby is a bit older.

We visited Bali when our daughter was only six weeks old, but we stayed clear of the monkey forests and spent a lot more time on hotel grounds than we would typically have done to keep the trip safe for her.

5. Consider Health Care

Think about the amenities and healthcare facilities you would typically be comfortable with at home.

Are there good hospitals, and will the medical staff be able to understand you?

6. Baby Facilities

Another thing that will make traveling with a baby easier is choosing a destination with baby facilities readily available.

Baby facilities in a hotel

Can you find hotels that have baby cots available? You might prefer to travel with a crib; you can find our top recommendations for a lightweight travel crib here.

Are high chairs available in restaurants, and are there baby change rooms? If not, you can always travel with your own high chair – find a post on the best high chair for travel here. You can also find a list of all our recommendations for baby travel gear to make your life easier while on holiday here.

Consider how easy it will be to purchase baby diapers, formulae, baby food, or baby medication. If you have to travel with baby food, you can find a post about TSA baby food and formulae rules here.

Also, think about your baby's age; the best places to travel with a newborn will not be the same as the best places to travel with a 1-year-old, because a 1-year-old is mobile.

If your baby is at the age where they are eating and drinking water, it is also essential to consider how safe the water and food are to eat in the country you are visiting.

Hopefully, all the tips above are helpful and will guide you to choose one of the best baby-friendly holiday destinations from our guide below.


27 Best Places to Travel with a Baby in the World

Wondering where to travel with your baby?

In our opinion, the best countries to visit with a baby in USA, Australia, South Africa, Japan, Italy and the UK, but you can find more ideas on our list down below.

But first! Sign up for our ‘Wanderlust Storytellers Family Tribe’ newsletter to get loads of helpful information about how to travel with a baby! 


1. Tuscany, Italy

Pisa, Piazza dei miracoli.

For one of the best holiday destinations with a baby or even older kids, head to beautiful Italy!

Children are adored in this country, and you will find that Italians will often go out of their way to help parents. And except them, to come to say hello to your little ones too.

Italy is one of the best places to go on holiday with a baby. It is easy to find some beautiful family-friendly accommodation options. We chose Tuscany for our list because it has plenty of stroller-friendly destinations.

I recommend you choose either Florence or Lucca for a home base. Both cities are great for strollers, although we recommend a stroller with large cushioned wheels to handle bumpy or cobble-stone roads.

Florence has plenty of playgrounds for older babies and toddlers, and the restaurants typically can prepare a small plate for younger kids or a simple pasta dish (when Avie was a toddler, she often had simple pasta and butter).

You can also find many beautiful small towns scattered through Tuscany that will allow you to explore this region of Italy without the masses of tourists.

Recommended attractions in Tuscany that you should see with your baby include the Leaning Tower of Pisa and The Boboli Gardens. If time permits, you should also visit Capo Sant’Andrea on Elba Island.

Personally speaking, Italy is arguably the best place to travel with baby options for us so far, as well as one of the best baby-friendly travel destinations and baby-friendly countries.

Tips:

  • Bring your baby carrier along, as you will often find stairs at the main attractions in Italy.
  • Always have a baby change mat on hand, as change tables in public restrooms are rare.
  • You can rent a stroller in Italy, check out sites such as TravelBaby.It and BabyGuest.com.
  • Pre-book your taxi online, that way, you can request a baby car seat for the transfer as well.

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2. Japan

Tokyo Government Building | What to do in Tokyo

Wondering where to travel with a baby in Asia? Japan is one of the best places to travel with an infant in Asia. This destination is very baby-friendly.

Baby Cafes” located throughout Tokyo that has childproof areas and food for mom and dad to purchase.

There are also family rooms throughout (mainly in the larger supermarkets) around, the larger cities where moms can nurse or change their babies.

Baby supplies are available from pharmacies, and let's not forget how clean the country is (you won't see rubbish anywhere!).

Tips:

  • Bring your baby carrier along and leave your stroller at home.
  • You will typically find beautiful baby rooms in the larger supermarkets.
  • Public restrooms should have change tables and a parent-friendly toilet with a baby highchair, so you have somewhere to pop baby while you do your business.
  • Choose Airbnb over small hotel rooms.

3. London, England

Westminster Bridge at sunset, London, UK

London is one of the best places to travel in Europe with a baby.

This city has parent rooms and changing facilities readily available, making it a great place to visit with a baby.

Many sights can easily be accessed by public transportation or on foot. We love how easy the city is to navigate with a stroller; simply use the step-free Tube map to navigate the underground with your stroller.

Breastfeeding in public is accepted and considered perfectly normal. Children under five can travel for free on public transport, and there are plenty of family-friend restaurants.

If your bubs is a bit older, he/she might also really enjoy outings to a baby disco, one of the children‘s theatres, the city farms, zoos, or a day out at one of the many parks.

Further Reading:

Tips: 

  • Make sure you download NCT's Babychange app, which will show you all the baby-changing facilities in your vicinity, and the Wowmum app, which lists baby change areas, as well as child-friendly activities, parks, and more.
  • Book your taxi online. Book Taxi London is a reliable website that you can use to quickly and easily book your taxi (you can even select to have a car seat for your little one)!

4. Bali

Bali with a baby

After one of the most affordable places to visit with your baby?

With rice paddies, waterfalls, beaches, and great people, Bali certainly has it all.

This dreamy vacation is very baby-friendly, and nannies or babysitters are super affordable.  You can also very easily rent baby gear and equipment for super low prices if you need them.

Hotels and resorts will be equipped with baby cots and high chairs, and with a bit of effort, you can also pre-book transfers with baby car seats.

Avoid Kuta and head to more family-friendly areas such as Canggu, Ubud, Legian, Jimbaran, or Nusa Lembongan.

We love to combine some time in Ubud to soak up the peaceful rice paddy atmosphere with some luxury and relaxation at one of the beachside areas such as Canggu or Jimbaran.

Bali might be the best place to travel with a baby for those living in Australia.

Tips:

  • Bring your baby carrier along and leave your stroller behind
  • Always have a baby change mat on hand
  • Book a cheap nanny to tag along with you on your outings
  • Pre-book your transfers if you wish to have a baby car seat
  • Don't forget to bring along your sun tent for baby, as well as some handy and essential beach items for baby
HELPFUL: Click to find the best hotel for family in Bali.

5. Tulum, Mexico

Wild Beach at Tulum - Riviera Maya in Mexico

One of the best travel destinations with a baby if you are after some beautiful beaches and warm weather. This city can make for a very relaxing vacation.

Many family-friendly beaches and hotels accommodate those traveling with babies, as they often provide cribs and strollers.

Top places to visit include Sian Ka’an Biosphere and Playa Paraiso.  Mexico offers some of the best baby-friendly travel destinations for those in the USA.


6. Chicago, Illinois

Chicago River

The best country to travel to with a baby is, hands-down the United States, and Chicago is one of the best cities to travel with a baby and one of the best travel destinations with baby options.

Chicago has a ton of baby sights, attractions, and tours to enjoy.

There are free stroller tours at some of the area’s major museums, including The Field Museum, The Art Institute of Chicago, and The Museum of Contemporary Art.

Besides the museums, you can also visit the Shedd Aquarium and Navy Pier.

If you are explicitly wondering where to travel with a newborn, this would be one of our top picks.


7. Montreal, Canada

immeubles à montreal

After stroller-friendly places to visit with a baby? One of the nice things about Montreal is that it’s very stroller-friendly.

Numerous kid-friendly festivals occur throughout the year. Popular attractions include Jean-Talon Farmer’s Market, Clock Tower Beach, and The Botanical Gardens.


8. Tasmania, Australia

Tasmania with a Baby

Definitely, one of the most baby-friendly countries to visit.

Australia is another brilliant country to visit with a baby. While there are many baby-friendly places to travel to in Australia, we love Tasmania.

This Australian state is an excellent destination for children of all ages. You can easily find high chairs in restaurants, which typically have special kids' menus to keep toddlers happy.

You can easily find all baby supplies in small or large grocery stores. Hotels have cots available (typically free of charge), and destinations are all stroller-friendly.

One of the nice things about Tasmania is that you don’t have to haul a stroller with you on your flight if you don’t want to because plenty of stroller rentals are available.

Many activities here are nature-based, including a visit to the Bay of Fires and Russell Falls.


9. Wales, United Kingdom

View of Tenby Harbour, with Castle Hill.

Wales is another one of the best places to travel with a baby in Europe!  People love babies in Wales and will bend backward to ensure you enjoy your time here as much as possible.

Hotels will provide everything from cribs to baby gates and can even recommend babysitting services if you need some alone time. Good places to visit with your baby include Cardiff Castle, Tenby Harbour, and Bodnant Garden.


10. San Diego, California

Mission Beach Boardwalk, Summer Sunset, San Diego, California

This is one of the most baby-friendly destinations on the list. There are a lot of boardwalks, walking trails, and plenty of beaches.

Baby-friendly activities include Birch Aquarium, Mission Beach & Boardwalk, and the San Diego Botanic Garden.


11. Hawaii

(Waikiki Beach)

Is it any surprise that Hawaii happens to be one of the best places to vacation with a baby? This island is a dream vacation for many.

And it is probably no surprise that Hawaii happens to be one of the best places to vacation with a baby!

Plenty of amazing sights will allow you to take unforgettable pictures of yourself and your baby.

Baby-friendly places include Makapu’u Point Lighthouse Trail and Valley of the Temples.


12. Cape Town, South Africa

Cape Town with a Baby

Not many people associate good places to travel with a baby, including South Africa. However, those who’ve been to Cape Town know it’s one of the best places to visit with a baby or even older kids.

Cape Town is also one of the best cities to visit with a baby because baby facilities are readily available everywhere.

There are plenty of picturesque views and things to do, including Wilderness National Park and Monkey Land.

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13. Taipei, Taiwan

TAIPEI, TAIWAN - May 5, 2015 : Many people including tourist and believers come to Longshan Temple, Taiwan on May 5th, 2015. It is one of the oldest Traditional Temple in Taipei

This destination also has mothers' rooms, similar to those found in Japan, but this city is a great place to travel with a baby because of its many attractions.

Unlike other places, you can easily strap a baby into a stroller and walk around, as the terrain isn’t tough to maneuver.

This allows families to see a lot of exciting sights like Longshan Temple or Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall.


14. Belize

xunantunich maya site ruins in belize

One of the biggest perks for families visiting here is its affordability.

The country is also English-speaking, so you don’t have to worry about the need to whip out your language translator while trying to balance a baby on your hip.

There are a lot of great places to take your little one in this country, including the Blue Morpho Butterfly Farm and the Mayan Ruins.


15. Ecuador

Coconut palms

This country is affordable, and breastfeeding is welcome.

The terrain is challenging to get around with a stroller, so you will need to use a baby carrier.

It’s worth exploring the city as much as possible with your baby as there’s a lot to see.

This includes The Otavalo Indigenous Market and the Manabi Coast.


16. Greece

scenic Rhodes island, Lindos bay. Greece

Wondering where to travel with your baby in Greece?

Those who visit Greece can tell pretty quickly that the culture is family-oriented. Often children can eat free at restaurants, stay free at hotels and ride public transportation for free.

While we recommend you leave the cliff-top towns such as Santorini for another year, you could visit many other beautiful destinations in Greece with your baby in tow. Make sure you and your baby visit the Plaka District of Athens and The Castles Of Rhodes.

How to get around

Of course, the best way to get around Rhodes is with the locals. Get your local Rhodes taxi here. And if you are staying in Athens, the best way to get around town is by taxi! Book your taxi here!


17. Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm-with-Kids_thumb.jpg

Stockholm is full of incredible sights to explore; it would be a shame not to discover the elegant harbors because you have a baby. Instead, Stockholm is one of the best places to travel with a baby.

One of the best things about Stockholm is that you can walk almost everywhere. It is an incredibly safe city and is the perfect size for a family to explore.

There are plenty of age-appropriate entertainment spots, such as;

  • Old Town – the quaint part of town with fantastic toy stores
  • Vasparken – a massive park with a lovely playground
  • Skansen – a giant ocean-air museum and zoo

It is a legal requirement for all city buses to ensure space for wheelchairs for disabled people and prams for children. This makes it easy to get around if you push a stroller. A trip to Stockholm is one of the best baby-friendly vacations you can plan.


18. Washington, DC

Washington, DC, United States

Washington, DC, is an icon of democracy, full of history and progressive happenings. In addition, it is also one of the best baby-friendly vacation spots in the world.

There is so much to see and do – a lot of which is free – a trip to Washington, DC, is super affordable. We all know how every penny matters when you have a little one.

The best time to visit Washington, DC, with your baby is during spring (March to May), as the temperature is pleasant, with the pink cherry blossoms blooming around early April.

Avoid July and August, which can get uncomfortably hot and cause your baby to fuss.

The city has an excellent public transport system, making getting around easy. While the law doesn’t require car seats for cabs, you can pre-request one for a taxi or Uber.

Washington, DC, is such a beautiful, vibrant city, and it promises to be a memorable and enjoyable experience for the whole family.


19. Reykjavik, Iceland

Reykjavik

Due to the chilly temperatures, Reykjavik and the rest of Iceland are often overlooked when deciding where to travel with a baby.

However, the city is breathtakingly beautiful, and if you bundle up your baby, you can enjoy the Northern Lights, geothermal hot springs, and fascinating history without the fuss!

Boasting surreal landscapes and fascinating natural phenomena, your little one may be lucky enough to capture a memory.

Reykjavik is fast becoming a trendy tourist destination, so there have been increased tour options. Many of these tours are family-friendly and remove all the fuss when planning your trip.

Make sure you pack in a few extra warm goodies, and you and your baby are good to go.


20. Runaway Bay, Jamaica

Runaway Bay, Jamaica

Jamaica is known as a paradise getaway, and no reason having a baby should change this experience. Runaway Island in Jamaica prioritizes an atmosphere of relaxation and is one of the top places to travel with a baby.

As a fabulous family vacation destination, Runaway Bay boasts many villas, resorts, and accommodation options focused on the family. Many of these resorts offer family-sized rooms that can comfortably sleep up to three children.

Many of these resorts also help arrange the services of a nanny or babysitter to help you better relax on the beach. Some resorts even have a baby club where trusted employees mind your child during nap time.

If we can give you one little piece of advice, it’s to pack a lot of sunblocks (keeping in mind that babies under six months can't use sunblock). Chances are, your little one will enjoy the sun, sand, and clear waters as much as you.


21. Cascais, Portugal

Cascais, Portugal

Cascais is a quaint village in Portugal full of culture, history, and, most importantly, families. The laid-back destination promises one of the best vacations with infants possible.

There is a tangible warmth in the air reflected in the locals' cheery expressions, and it is sure to be a holiday you will never forget.

If you don’t choose to push your stroller on the wide, open streets, you can be comforted that child seats in taxis are not mandatory, making taxi cabs easily accessible.

There is a wide selection of parks, calm beaches, and historical sites to explore. One thing to remember is that the rich traditions in the seaside village mean that local restaurants don’t necessarily serve chicken nuggets and the like.

However, if your baby wants to venture from their formula, you can rest assured that the local food isn’t particularly spicy and generally quite soft.


22. Vail, Colorado

Vail, Colorado

Vail, Colorado, is one of the best places to travel with baby in arms.

The breathtaking images of gorgeous mountains, vast open spaces, and reflecting lakes may make you think Vail is better suited to adults; however, that assumption couldn’t be further from the truth.

There is an entire baby brand named ‘Travel Vail Baby’, which serves as proof of how excellent the destination is for infant-friendly vacations.

The baby and toddler equipment rental company provides cribs, strollers, high chairs, hiking backpacks, and bouncy seats (among many other items) to help parents enjoy Vail's jagged peaks and slopes.

When ascending to higher altitudes, your baby should be fine, as babies older than three months old adjust to altitude much better than adults.

Handy Tip: The Vail Public Library has incredibly fun baby storytime!


23. Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona-Spain.jpg

A trip to Barcelona with your baby is a sure way to begin stimulating their creativity from a young age.

From the eccentric design of the Gaudi buildings to the intricate stained glass windows of the cathedrals, your baby will be so busy absorbing the environment that they’ll have little time to cry.

If you want to make the most of your time in Barcelona, travel in the summer when you can enjoy the multiple parks and outdoors. Babies are often happier and more relaxed when moving about.

With so many sights and attractions, you can be sure your little one will be happy as a clam.

Top tip: Make sure to pack a sling or baby carrier. The streets in Barcelona are cobbled, and the bumps could make your baby uncomfortable.


24. Nice, France

Promenade-des-Anglais-Nice.jpg

Nice is a romantic and magical destination filled with bustling alleyways, quaint little shops, and outdoor restaurants.

One of the best parts about traveling to Nice, France, with a baby is the excellent promenade which offers surreal views while pushing a buggy.

As Nice is such a popular tourist destination, you’ll find that the hospitality industry accommodates babies.

From heating bottles to providing changing facilities, you can visit Nice quickly without any baby hassles.

The French Riviera offers sun, sea, and delectable food; it would be a shame to miss out on this. The charming city is easy to travel to with a baby, especially if you follow our tips on how to travel through France with a baby.


25. Seoul, South Korea

Seoul, South Korea

Seoul is one of the most accessible places to visit with a baby. The cosmopolitan city has a lot to offer the entire family and caters to its attractions.

In addition to fantastic shopping, music, and food experiences, there are a lot of free and budget attractions to enjoy.

Seoul has plenty of indoor playgrounds, known as Kids' cafes that are great for toddlers under two years old. These are a great option during the extreme seasons when the weather can be icy or uncomfortably hot.

The city’s very efficient public transportation system and a wide variety of family-friendly accommodation options make day-to-day living in Seoul very easy.

If you prefer to walk, you’ll be pleased to know that Seoul is also fairly stroller friendly.

One piece of advice is to not breastfeed in public. The Koreans don’t make a habit of the practice, so choosing to do so will attract unwanted attention.

Although there are baby nursing stations in larger subway stations, department stores, and restaurants.


26. Dublin, Ireland

Dublin City and the rolling green hills surrounding the area are on the top of many people’s bucket lists – for a good reason.

There is a stunning culture of friendliness in the city, and the beautiful design of the city mimics the breathtaking landscapes on the outskirts.

Dublin is well-supplied with formula, food, nappies, and clothing for your little one. Most restaurants will go as far as to prepare a bowl for your child and offer high chairs and baby-changing facilities.

Getting around Dublin is very easy. In addition to speaking English, the city is also easy to navigate, and baby car seats are available for a small additional cost. There is even a child-friendly taxi service.

There are many baby-friendly activities to discover in the city, including live Irish music performances.

Be aware that Dublin has quite a vibrant pub culture, and while children are allowed in the pubs and bars during the day, they are not legally allowed entry after 9 pm.


27. Mumbai, India

While this may seem like a surprising city on this list, Mumbai is baby-friendly.

Another perk is that there are quite a few 4+ star hotels that are more than willing to accommodate your unique needs.

Many of them include indoor pools and even water parks. If you are after great cultural travel destinations with a baby, you can't look further than India.

Be sure to visit Marine Drive at Nariman Point and Kamala Nehru Park.


Final Thoughts On The Best Places To Vacation With A Baby

So hopefully, if you have been wondering where to travel with an infant, you have made a list of the best holiday destinations with a baby you would love to visit.

The best destination with a baby will be different for each of us as it depends on your current location, as well as what sort of current baby ‘comforts' you might be used to.

Most parents feel most comfortable when they choose destinations that offer the same level of baby care as the country where they live.

Ultimately you can travel anywhere in the world with a baby; after all, babies are born in each country worldwide.

But the most comfortable holiday where you will be less stressed out will be the country that matches your current baby's facilities, amenities, and healthcare standards.

And as a last resort, go with your gut instinct. If the destination doesn't feel right, it might be best to leave it until your child is older.


Further Reading:


Best holidays with a baby
Best Places to Travel with a Baby

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25 Comments

  • Reply
    E
    May 27, 2018 at 2:15 pm

    I would highly recommend to take off any of these destinations off your list that requires to have vaccinations or currently affected by any diseases (such as Indonesia or parts of Mexico).

    • Reply
      Jolene Ejmont
      July 17, 2018 at 1:21 pm

      Hi, totally understand where you are coming from, but we visited Bali, Lombok and Gili Islands with our 2-month-old baby and her normal vaccines that she needs to get anyways was sufficient to keep her safe. And that was on doctor’s advice. We have also just visited Vietnam (she is 2 now) and again her normal routine vaccines was enough for her to go. Always best to choose a destination that you are comfortable visiting though and make sure you pop into your travel doctor for advice as well.

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    ana
    August 30, 2018 at 7:53 am

    I would add Reykjavik

    • Reply
      Jolene Ejmont
      September 7, 2018 at 10:48 am

      Oh Great tip Ana! Can you tell me why you found it baby friendly? 🙂

  • Reply
    Warwick Le Lagon
    August 31, 2018 at 12:55 pm

    I love this! You guys have had some pretty awesome places – all the pictures are simply beautiful. That has to be one of the most memorable, not many people get to say that they have accomplished that! Great Job!
    and one more question How difficult is it to travel with a 2 month old baby?

    • Reply
      Jolene Ejmont
      September 7, 2018 at 10:50 am

      A 2-month-old is EASY 🙂 They sleep a lot, they fall asleep anywhere and when they cry you can breastfeed. The hard months arrive once a baby is mobile.

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    Donna
    November 1, 2018 at 4:34 pm

    Very interesting article about traveling of the baby. The traveling helps a baby to grow their physical and mental health. Baby strollers and prams are essential things during travel. Thank you for your well-written article.

    • Reply
      Jolene Ejmont
      November 16, 2018 at 6:06 pm

      Thanks for your comment Donna. Do you have a favorite destination that you love visiting with your baby?

  • Reply
    Kerry
    November 7, 2018 at 7:45 pm

    I love to travel with my baby. Very interesting & informative post. Just lovely. Thanks a lot for sharing.

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    Matt
    December 1, 2018 at 1:34 pm

    We traveled with our 7 month old to Florence and Tuscany and had an amazing time. People are incredibly friendly and helpful. If you get an Airbnb be careful for stairs!

    • Reply
      Jolene Ejmont
      December 17, 2018 at 12:02 am

      Hi Matt, we love Italy because Italians love our kids! 🙂 We are actually heading to Italy for a 13 week trip early in 2019 – so excited!! Great tip with the stairs, I think it is important to ask that question in all European countries.

  • Reply
    The Travel Team
    January 28, 2019 at 10:52 am

    Great article. Thanks for sharing this post about best places to travel with baby. It’s very informative and helpful.

  • Reply
    Lisa
    September 23, 2019 at 3:54 pm

    Korea is also really great for young children. Lots of kids’ cafes, people love children, most people in the big cities speak at least some English, safe, clean and quite cheap (compared to Japan).

    Autumn (September/October) is the best time to come, summer is too hot, winter is too cold and there is often dirty air in spring. The autumn leaves are beautiful and sky is usually blue. The best area to visit is Gangwondo, to the north east.

    • Reply
      Jolene Ejmont
      September 27, 2019 at 5:12 pm

      Thanks for all those wonderful tips 🙂

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    Ana
    October 23, 2019 at 6:56 am

    I would suggest Portugal as well. People there love babies. If you’re pregnant or have a baby you have priority anywhere, from the queue at the supermarket to being seated at a restaurant. The country is beautiful, especially if you don’t just stay in the hyper touristy places like Algarve. Alentejo has great beaches and skies that go on forever and the further up North you go the cheaper it is, with some great hidden gems for both culture and nature.

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      Jolene Ejmont
      November 3, 2019 at 1:56 pm

      Brilliant, thanks for adding that one Ana and for outlining how it is fabulous for parents 🙂

    • Reply
      Jolene Ejmont
      November 28, 2019 at 10:33 am

      Brilliant! Thanks for sharing and for giving some info on why you found it to be perfect for babies! We have actually had a few recommendations of Portugal, so might have to add it to the list 🙂

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    Olga
    March 25, 2020 at 5:35 am

    Jolene thank you for your list, we waiting for our baby and looking forward to starting travel with our boy.

    • Reply
      Jolene Ejmont
      April 6, 2020 at 3:02 pm

      Glad you like the info. Hope you have a great time once you can travel again 🙂 All best.

  • Reply
    Jolene Ejmont
    June 15, 2020 at 12:19 pm

    thank you 🙂

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    Ryan Castillo
    July 6, 2022 at 4:01 pm

    Great blog and useful info regarding places to travel with a baby!

    • Reply
      Andrzej Ejmont
      July 11, 2022 at 2:52 pm

      Thank you for the comment

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    Ryan Castillo
    July 6, 2022 at 4:06 pm

    Great and informative post! I love the idea mentioned in this blog regarding different places to travel. By the way, guys! If you’re flying with a baby but don’t want to go through all the hassle of lugging a car seat. Please check out KIDMOTO! You can ditch the car seats when flying with a baby!

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      Andrzej Ejmont
      July 11, 2022 at 2:51 pm

      Thank you for the comment. Much appreciated it!

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    Emily
    August 1, 2022 at 5:17 am

    Hi! Great post! Where would you recommend to travel with a 6 month old in December (internationally)? We would like the weather to be around 70F if possible as we are traveling from Minnesota and crave warmer weather in the winter months. Thanks!

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