I am confused whether it Is correct and common to say go/come "to" when the following word is where...
I will go/come where you suggested
I will go/come to where you suggested.
The reason why I am confused is that I often hear people use "to" when the sentence is something like "we should go back to where we visited". I wonder if we treat "go/come back" differently from "go/come".
I also see some people say it both ways.
Is "where" a type of word that can't be used with "to" such as "There" or "here"?
I couldn't find clear examples or answers in texts, answers will be appreciated.