Be prepared for whichever mode of transport you need to travel on.
If flying by plane, find out if your airline provides strollers for you to use in the airport and be clear on how much extra baggage you’re allowed to take when travelling with a baby.
When getting from A to B by train, avoid travelling in rush hour for a more comfortable journey and find out which part of the train is most suitable for families. Close to bathroom facilities and away from dedicated quiet zones usually work best.
If travelling by car, remember to bring a car seat with you, or find out if your car hire company provides safety-checked car seats. Bring a removable window shade with you for the baby’s maximum comfort.
Whichever mode of transport you’re using, bring extra supplies with you that will last longer than your planned travel time – just in case there are delays. Supplies should include extra formula, nappies, spare changes of clothes and a blanket.