Cliffs of Moher with a 2 year toddler

Cliffs of Moher with a 2 year toddler

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Hi! We will travel in Ireland at the end of April with out 2 years old toddler. 
We were looking for a round trip to the cliffs (from Galway or Limerick), but it seems nobody has the equipment to bring the baby on the bus: they asked us to provide the baby-seat ourselves, but obviously it's impossible because we come by airplane!
Some other company said they don't accept kids < 3 years old... somebody knows what we can do?
Is maybe the car the only solution?
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Hello Francesca,

Thank you for joining our Community forum! 😊

The Cliffs of Moher are one of the unmissable attraction on the island of Ireland and we're sure that you'll enjoy the landscape very much! 

Since the tour company is not able to provide the baby seat, an option could be bringing it with you in checked luggage or renting a seat once you're here.

Renting a car to explore the island is also a good option and would allow you to move freely around the island. What itinerary do you have in mind? Is a road trip an option for you? 

I suggest that you also take a look at the FamilyFun web page, where you can find a lot of great suggestions for families visiting the island of Ireland

Wishing you a good day!

Valentina

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