This is probably a simple question to answer (why or why not), but every answer I see about the verb "go" just says that it is transitive. For example, various websites say that "The verb “go” is an intransitive verb that denotes an action which cannot be done to anything; it is, therefore, never be used transitively."
What about the sentence "I will go to Europe." How is it any different to "Lilia conveyed the message," where Lilia is the subject, conveyed is the verb, and message is the object (the thing conveyed).
Isn't go the verb, and Europe the object (the thing went to/gone to), and I the subject (I went/go)? Why can't a place like Europe be the object of the verb go? I do not understand for some reason... Can someone explain this to me like im five?