I will heute Deutschland (preposition?) gehen/fliegen.
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The "gehen/fliegen/fahren/reisen" part may depend on how far away you are. "To go" normally means simply "gehen".
If you want to educate yourself and like to read humour, read Mark Twain's "The awful German language". The important part is, the actual verb "to go" is at the end.