The 9 Best Travel Strollers for Stress-Free Trips

Having one of these lightweight, compact strollers in tow will make traveling with little ones a breeze.
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By Emma O'Regan-Reidy, E-Commerce Editor
Updated January 31, 2024
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Based on a survey of over 300 new and expectant parents from The Bump community and feedback from our team of independent product testers, we chose the Bugaboo Butterfly Stroller as the overall best travel stroller, due to its quick, compact fold, versatile design and ease of use.

Let’s face it: Traveling with little ones can be stressful, whether you’re embarking on a road trip, a flight or even just navigating busy sidewalks in your local area. But, one way to help ensure smooth sailing is to have a top-notch travel stroller on hand. Travel strollers tend to be both lightweight and compact in size, making them easy to push around, transport and pack away, no matter the destination. They’re also a great option to have on hand for older children who may have outgrown a regular stroller but still need a rest during full days of sightseeing.

However, with so many out there to choose from, finding the best travel stroller for your family can be overwhelming—that’s where we come in. Read on to find a breakdown of the best travel strollers on the market, plus, learn about what features to look for and tips to keep in mind as you browse.

How We Chose the Best Travel Strollers

To streamline your search for the best travel strollers, we did the bulk of the research for you, so you don’t have to spend hours scrolling online. Here’s how we created this roundup:

  • We enlisted the help of 26 independent product testers who took more than two dozen strollers for a test drive with their kids. They then carefully evaluated each option for ease of pushing and steering, folding and unfolding, ease of use, features, style and design, value for money and, of course, safety.
  • We surveyed over 300 new and expectant parents in The Bump community for additional insight on the ins and outs of specific pregnancy test brands and products.
  • We leveraged our familiarity with leading stroller brands and trusted online retailers and combed through dozens of options.
  • We considered several factors when sourcing travel strollers, such as open and folded dimensions, weight and capacity. For added convenience, we also looked for options that offered one-handed fold and car-seat compatibility features.
  • We read user reviews to see how these travel strollers have worked for real families, and didn’t consider anything with less than an average four-star rating.

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The Best Travel Strollers to Shop

Overall best travel stroller

Bugaboo Butterfly Complete Stroller
Image: Saks Fifth Avenue
What We Love
  • Hands-free shoulder strap
  • Deep storage basket
  • Lie-flat recline
Things To Consider
  • Car seat adaptors sold separately
  • Viewing panel could be improved, according to The Bump community

Some travel strollers can be light and flimsy, which doesn’t always bode well for growing toddlers—however, that won’t be the case with the Bugaboo Butterfly. This impressive set of wheels features one of the most spacious seats we’ve seen; it even has adjustable calf support to comfortably accommodate young babies and even the tallest toddlers. The stroller’s folded size is as compact as the seat is roomy; it even fits into overhead bins). Even better, you’ll be able to collapse it with just one hand, thanks to its convenient, quick one-second fold. Our product tester highly praised this feature, telling us that “when folded, it takes less space than my carry-on luggage.” No wonder it was selected as the best travel stroller in our Best of The Bump awards!

Dimensions (open): 36.4" (L) x 17.7" (W) x 40.3" (H) | Dimensions (folded): 17.7" (L) x 9" (W) x 21.3" (H) | Weight: 16.1 lbs. | Capacity: 48.5 lbs. | One-handed fold: Yes | Car seat compatible: Yes

Our product tester says:
“This is honestly the best stroller! It is very lightweight, you do not feel it at all while pushing it. You can steer it in stores, festivals and the streets very easily.”

Our community says:

"This travel stroller has become my go-to. It's so easy to fold, is super light if I need to take it up and down stairs, and is incredibly compact when collapsed given its full size. The basket is quite substantial compared to other competitors, and it fits in nearly every airplane overhead bin." – Laura, mother of one

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Best travel stroller for infants

YOYO² Stroller Bundle with Frame & Color Pack
Image: Nordstrom
What We Love
  • Rear-facing option
  • Carry bag included
  • Comes in a variety of fun colors
Things To Consider
  • Requires both hands to fold
  • Small storage basket, according to The Bump community

A parent favorite for many reasons, Babyzen YOYO2 folds down to a neat, compact size and unfolds in a second with the flick of the wrist (hence its yoyo name). It’s a great lightweight option—but it’s still sturdy and maneuvers smoothly. Our product tester was a big fan of the reclining seat and sun canopy. And while the basket isn’t huge, our tester said it was big enough “for traveling and quick trips places.” Another aspect we like is that this travel stroller is easy to carry in one hand or over your shoulder with the provided (and padded) carry strap.

Dimensions (open): 17.5" (L) x 14" (W) x 32" (H) | Dimensions (folded): 17.3" (L) x 7.1" (W) x 20.5" (H) | Weight: 13.6 lbs. | Capacity: 48.5 lbs. | One-handed fold: No | Car seat compatible: Yes

Our product tester says:
“I loved how compact and light it is when folded. It comes with a strap to make it easy to carry on your shoulder, which is great for moving it from car to car or when traveling.”

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Best travel stroller for convenience

Doona Infant Car Seat with Base - Royal Blue
Image: Target
What We Love
  • Handlebar doubles as an anti-rebound bar
  • FAA aircraft approved
  • Can be used with or without the car seat base
Things To Consider
  • Lacks storage
  • Only suitable for infants up to 35 pounds

When traveling by airplane, you can count on the Doona Car Seat & Stroller to make getting from point A to point B a bit less stressful. This top-rated travel stroller is a car seat and stroller combo, complete with wheels that unfold from the bottom of the seat in seconds. For traveling parents, that means lugging one less item of baby gear around, as well as seamlessly transitioning from the sidewalk to a safe and secure seat. While most travel strollers are only recommended for 6-month-olds and up, the Doona is one of the few travel-friendly strollers that can be used with baby from day one without any extra adaptors or attachments. Our product tester rated this travel stroller five out of five for safety and remarked upon how efficient and stable it was, despite being a two-in-one piece of equipment. Even better, it’s a great travel stroller for flying—it’s been approved by the US and European authorities for air travel, meaning you can install the car seat for your child to sit in as you fly on most airlines.

Dimensions (open): 17.4" (L) x 32.3" (W) x 39" (H) | Dimensions (folded): 17.4" (L) x 26" (W) x 22.4" (H) | Weight: 17.2 lbs. | Capacity: 35 lbs. | One-handed fold: No | Car seat compatible: Built-in car seat

Our product tester says:
“It’s useful for someone who doesn’t want to always travel with a stroller and a car seat. This makes it so much easier to take in and out and fits perfectly in a lot of different sized cars.”

Our community says:

"I like the quality, ease of folding and that it's practical." – Jemima*, mother of one

"At a high price, this car seat was absolutely worth it as it also converts to a stroller. It’s comfortable for my baby and I never have to carry it since it can be in stroller mode. I appreciate the minimalistic design." – Leah, mother of one

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Best travel stroller for public transport

Ergobaby Metro+ Compact Baby Stroller
Image: Amazon
What We Love
  • Suitable newborns, infants and toddlers
  • Seat reclines near flat
  • Extendable handlebar
  • JPMA-certified
Things To Consider
  • Car seat adaptors sold separately
  • Lacks storage

Most lightweight strollers are recommended from 6 months of age and older, but the ERGO Baby Metro+ caters to infants of all ages. Ultra-plush padding will keep your little one comfy, while built-in newborn nest flaps keep them cozy and secure from day one on. The seat reclines flat for on-the-go rests, and the footrest also flattens to prevent dangling legs during nap time. Even though the travel stroller is compact in size, it still boasts a large under-seat storage basket for carrying around your diaper bag and more. What’s more, with adapters, it’s car seat-compatible, so it can join you on even more adventures to come.

Dimensions (open): 17.3" (L) x 34.3" (W) x 37.8" (H) | Dimensions (folded): 17.3" (L) x 9.8" (W) x 21.3" (H) | Weight: 16.9 lbs. | Capacity: 50 lbs. | One-handed fold: Yes | Car seat compatible: Yes

Our community says:

"I appreciate the size and ease of folding." – Bella*, mother of one

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Best lightweight travel stroller

Aer+ Lightweight Stroller
Image: Nordstrom
What We Love
  • Easy to maneuver and fold, according to our product tester
  • Adjustable, ergonomic features
  • Comes fully assembled
  • Super lightweight
Things To Consider
  • Our product tester wished the storage basket was larger
  • No detachable handlebar

The Joolz Aer+ is light on weight but heavy on impressive features, making it one of the best lightweight strollers we’ve encountered—and toddler-friendly to boot. You’ll love how it weighs just 13.4 pounds and has an intuitive one-handed fold (which only requires the push of a button). “I was able to learn how to fold and unfold the stroller in about 30 seconds,” commented our product tester, the mom of a 6-month-old. Pair that with its compact size (which fits into most overhead airplane bins), and this travel stroller is easy to tote around both near and far. Our product tester echoed this, telling us: “When folded, this stroller does not take up much space at all and I had a ton of space left in my trunk in comparison to when I have my other stroller in there. Overall this stroller is super convenient to fold, carry and travel with.” Other highlights include a patented ergonomic seat equipped with an extended backrest, adjustable recline and extra support for your little one’s neck and back. Together, these features give this lightweight travel stroller a luxe feel you would expect from much heavier counterparts.

Dimensions (open): 17.7" (L) x 32.7" (W) x 41.5" (H) | Dimensions (folded): 17.7" (L) x 21" (W) x 8.5" (H) | Weight: 13.4 lbs. | Capacity: 50 lbs. | One-handed fold: Yes | Car seat compatible: Yes

Our product tester says:
“When testing out the Joolz Aer stroller I was very impressed with the ease of pushing and steering. The stroller itself is very lightweight and feels so smooth and light to push. The tires and steering held up great when pushed over gravel. The durability and quality of the stroller far exceeded my expectations.”

Our community says:

"Folds like a dream and so lightweight. Comfortable for baby but also for something so small it feels sturdy. The wheels/ride is smooth as long as the terrain is pretty flat." – Freya*, mother of one

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Best travel stroller and car seat combo

Nuna TRIV Next and PIPA urbn Travel System
Image: Strolleria
What We Love
  • Baseless car seat
  • Self-guiding magnetic buckle
  • One-handed fold and unfold
Things To Consider
  • High price point
  • Heaviest option on our list

Whether you’re planning a cross-country road trip or a short city break this travel system will come in clutch. The TRVL stroller is super-lightweight and easy to push and pivot through crowded areas. It also boasts an easy one-handed fold, a feature our tester raved about. Better yet, “it unfolds just as easily as it folds. Just a quick flick of the wrist and it's up. Only one hand necessary again!” The compact stroller is paired with the PIPA urbn, the only baseless infant car with a rigid latch system that installs in two seconds flat. This innovative technology allows you to quickly and securely install the car seat in a taxi, rideshare or rental car. “I love the fact that it's baseless because it takes the hassle out of switching vehicles,” said our product tester.

Dimensions (open): 32.5" (L) x 20.2" (W) x 44" (H) | Dimensions (folded): 24" (L) x 20.2" (W) x 11" (H) | Stroller weight: 13.6 lbs. | Car seat weight: 7.6 lbs. | Capacity: 50 lbs. | One-handed fold: Yes | Car seat compatible: Yes (car seat included)

Our product tester says:
“It practically folds itself! Loooooove this feature as it makes for loading with one hand struggle-free! It's a simple slide and squeeze of 2 buttons on the handlebar (like most other strollers) and it simply collapses into the most compact size I've ever seen a stroller fold into.”

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Best compact travel stroller

What We Love
  • Near-flat recline
  • Carry-on compatible
  • Super lightweight
  • No assembly required
Things To Consider
  • Our product tester said it was tricky to fold at first

This lightweight stroller from Cybex offers the best of both worlds; “the features are great and unique for a compact travel stroller…it has the same features of a full-size stroller,” raved our product tester. The clever design weighs just under 13 pounds and has a narrow footprint, making it a dream to travel with, whether you’re headed down the block or abroad. Our product tester praised its versatility, saying, “the stroller was easy to use. It fits narrow spaces and fits perfectly in the plane aisle. I tried it on different terrains (wood floors, concrete, trail, and grass) and it handled pretty well.” As you cruise, your little one can rest in comfort, thanks to the breathable, ergonomic seat with a near-flat recline. Then, when it’s time to move, you’ll be able to unfold it and adjust the harness quickly, with just one hand (perfect for when you have baby in the other!). At the end of the day (or when it’s no longer needed), you can count on it to effortlessly fold in seconds. Moreover, you’ll appreciate that this compact travel stroller is equipped with an easily accessible basket that holds up to 11 pounds. What’s not to love?

Dimensions (open): 31.1" (L) x 17.3" (W) x 38.2" (H) | Dimensions (folded): 20.5" (L) x 17.3" (W) x 7.1" (H) | Weight: 12.4 lbs. | Capacity: 48 lbs. | One-handed fold: Yes | Car seat compatible: Yes

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Best full-size stroller for travel

Inglesina Electa Stroller
Image: Bloomingdale's
What We Love
  • Our product tester loved how easy it was to push
  • Reversible design
  • Stands independently when folded
Things To Consider
  • Car seat adaptors sold separately
  • Tricky to fold at times, according to our product tester

Just because you’re opting for a travel stroller doesn’t mean you’ll have to miss out on full-size features. Case in point: The Inglesina Electa Stroller and Bassinet. Weighing just 19 pounds, it’s super compact and can be opened and closed with one hand—making it a great option for families who are often on the move. However, the best part according to our product tester, the mom of a 4-month-old, was how easy it was to push and steer. “This stroller gilded everywhere. With other strollers, I’m always hesitant to go anywhere without a paved path—but this one glides across grass, dirt and rocks. My baby always stayed in place while pushing her through the uneven surfaces,” she told us. What’s more, this lightweight stroller is decked out with plenty of thoughtful details, including (but not limited to) an adjustable handlebar, a UPF 50+ canopy, a rain cover and a leg rest.

Dimensions (open): 37.8" (L) x 19.7" (W) x 42.1" (H) | Dimensions (folded): 29" (L) x 19.7" (W) x 11.8" (H) | Weight: 19 lbs. | Capacity: 55 lbs. | One-handed fold: Yes | Car seat compatible: Yes

Our product tester says:
“I’d definitely recommend this to a parent who often goes on walks or trips with their baby. It will make the experience so much better by not having to worry about if there is a paved path at every location.”

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Best affordable travel stroller

Kolcraft Cloud Plus Lightweight Stroller, Slate Grey
Image: HSN
What We Love
  • Multi-position recline
  • Super lightweight
  • Affordable price point
  • Disney park approved
Things To Consider
  • Small parent cup holders
  • Difficult to push on rough surfaces

Last up on our list is an option that’s both light on your wallet and the scale, making it one of the best travel strollers you can score on a budget. But its benefits go beyond its shopper-friendly price. It folds and unfolds easily with just one hand, self-stands when folded and has a storage basket that’s roomy enough to fit a small backpack. It’s also one of the few travel strollers to come with a removable tray for your little one’s food and drink, making it a great option for on-the-go days or theme park visits.

Dimensions (open): 17.6" (L) x 29.9" (W) x 41.7" (H) | Dimensions (folded): 18" (L) x 12" (W) x 34" (H) | Weight: 12.8 lbs. | Capacity: 50 lbs. | One-handed fold: Yes | Car seat compatible: No

Our community says:

"Inexpensive and does the job. It also folds compact and has a good-sized storage basket." – Alexandra, mother of one

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*Note: Some names have been changed due to privacy requests.

Travel Strollers Comparison Chart

Overall best travel strollerBest travel stroller for infantsBest travel stroller for convenienceBest travel stroller for public transportBest lightweight travel strollerBest travel stroller and car seat comboBest compact travel strollerBest full-size stroller for travelBest affordable travel stroller
Overall Best
Bugaboo Butterfly
Babyzen YOYO2 Stroller
Doona Car Seat and Stroller
ERGO Baby Metro+ Compact City Stroller
Joolz Aer+ Lightweight Stroller
Nuna PIPA urbn + TRVL Stroller & Car Seat Travel System
Cybex Coya Compact Lightweight Stroller
Inglesina Electa Stroller
Kolcraft Cloud Plus Lightweight Stroller
Dimensions (open)36.4" (L) x 17.7" (W) x 40.3" (H)17.5" (L) x 14" (W) x 32" (H)17.4" (L) x 32.3" (W) x 39" (H) 17.3" (L) x 34.3" (W) x 37.8" (H)17.7" (L) x 32.7" (W) x 41.5" (H) 32.5" (L) x 20.2" (W) x 44" (H)31.1" (L) x 17.3" (W) x 38.2" (H)37.8" (L) x 19.7" (W) x 42.1" (H) 17.6" (L) x 29.9" (W) x 41.7" (H)
Dimensions (folded)17.7" (L) x 9" (W) x 21.3" (H)17.3" (L) x 7.1" (W) x 20.5" (H)17.4" (L) x 26" (W) x 22.4" (H)17.3" (L) x 9.8" (W) x 21.3" (H)17.7" (L) x 21" (W) x 8.5" (H)24" (L) x 20.2" (W) x 11" (H)20.5" (L) x 17.3" (W) x 7.1" (H)29" (L) x 19.7" (W) x 11.8" (H)18" (L) x 12" (W) x 34" (H)
Weight16.1 lbs.13.6 lbs17.2 lbs.16.9 lbs.13.4 lbs.21.2 lbs.12.4 lbs.19 lbs.12.8 lbs.
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How to Pick the Best Travel Stroller for Your Trip

Finding the best travel stroller for your family starts with taking a few different factors into consideration. As you browse, consider the following:

  • Your child’s age and size. Will you be traveling with a newborn? Taking trips with multiple kids? Hitting Disney with an older toddler? Your child’s age and size will be a major factor in deciding which travel stroller is best. A travel stroller that’s car seat-compatible can be a lifesaver for parents with an infant, while models with a higher weight limit and more spacious seat will work well for those with older toddlers.

  • Your travel style. Are you a family that loves exploring big cities? Are you packing up the car for a road trip? Or do you simply need a stroller to help you swiftly navigate the airport? Considering your travel needs and style will help prioritize the features you’re looking for in a travel stroller.

  • The stroller’s size and weight. These are key considerations when selecting a travel stroller. Many feature ultra-compact folds that make them ideal for stowing away in packed car trunks or crowded overhead bins. Likewise, travel strollers are often incredibly lightweight (some as light as 10 pounds), which is ideal for whoever ends up carrying it around.

  • The recline. If you’re planning for naps on the go, make sure you select a travel stroller with a near-flat or fully flat recline.

  • The canopy. When brands design strollers that are as lightweight and compact as possible, it often comes at the expense of other features, such as the canopy. Be sure to check how far the canopy extends and if it offers any UPF protection.

  • The storage. Storage on travel strollers is often lacking, but many newer options are increasing the capacity of their under-seat baskets and creating easier access points. Having a solid storage option on a travel stroller is a plus for toting around any baby and toddler essentials.

  • How it folds and unfolds. When you’re out and about with your hands full, you’ll want a travel stroller that collapses (and opens) quickly and easily. There are several travel strollers that not only feature one-handed folds and unfolds, but even collapse down in as little as a second.

Tips for Flying With a Travel Stroller

Picking the best travel stroller for the job will certainly make trips easier—as will these handy tips for flying with a stroller in tow:

  • Call your airline. Even if your travel stroller claims to fit in the overhead bin, it’s worth calling your airline to double-check their dimension requirements and policies.
  • Decide how you want to check your stroller. Most airlines let you check your stroller for free, either at check-in (meaning you’d navigate the airport without it; potentially a plus, if you’re planning to put baby in a carrier) or at the gate (meaning you’d be able to stroll baby through the airport and right up to the plane).
  • Practice folding and unfolding. Most likely, you will need to remove your child and collapse the stroller to go through airport security. Practicing this at home can make for a less stressful transition in the security line.
  • Bring a protective bag. Even if you’re planning on bringing your travel stroller as a carry-on, take a protective bag (most stroller brands offer one as an accessory) to protect your stroller from damage from other luggage, which will ultimately extend its longevity.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it worth buying a travel stroller?

Yes, a travel stroller is worth the investment in most cases. Of course, it will come in handy if you and your family travel regularly—whether that be on planes and trains or cars. But, even if you’re out and about in your own neighborhood it can be a game-changer. For example, if you live in a busy city and often use public transportation, a travel stroller’s flexibility, lightweight and compact size will be easier to manage than a typical full-size model. That being said, you don’t have to fall into either of these categories to prefer the convenience of a travel stroller; their versatility is appealing to many parents, and you can even use it as your full-time set of wheels.

Can travel strollers be carried on board a flight?

Most travel strollers have been designed with air travel in mind and can be taken on board a flight once they’ve been folded compactly. According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), carry-on baggage should be no larger than 22 inches long, 18 inches wide and 10 inches deep including features like wheels and handles. If your travel stroller meets those requirements when folded—as well as any weight restrictions the airline may enforce—you should be able to board with it as one of your carry-on items. If it’s larger than these dimensions, however, you will probably have to check it at the gate before your flight.

What’s the difference between a travel system and a travel stroller?

Though they both have “travel” in their names, a travel system stroller and a travel stroller can be quite different. The former refers to a stroller with adaptors that allow parents to replace the seat with a car seat. If you’re in and out of the car a lot, it can save you time and effort, as you won’t have to unclip baby from their car seat.

On the other hand, the best travel strollers are lightweight, compact and easy to fold and maneuver. Some may have similar features to travel systems, but these options are largely streamlined to offer optimal convenience for families on the move.

About the writer:

Emma O’Regan-Reidy is an editor for The Bump. She specializes in writing e-commerce content about the latest and greatest in pregnancy, postpartum and parenting. O’Regan-Reidy has researched an array of topics, from prenatal vitamins and postpartum pads to the best non-wifi baby monitors, toddler learning towers and everything in between. With over a three-year career in digital media, O’Regan-Reidy has written dozens of articles on parenting products, aiming to create engaging, helpful content that informs new and seasoned parents.


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