Use 'get' to express a point of arrival or a destination. For example:
I got to work at seven thirty this morning.
It took us three hours to get to San Francisco.
Important Note: 'Get' is often used together with a specific point of time, a duration of time, or a specific destination.
Verb Forms: Get - Got - Gotten (got) - Getting
Use 'go' to express the journey, trip or experience in general. This includes both the journey to and from the destination. For example:
We went to Hawaii on vacation.
How often have you gone to that restaurant?
Important Note: 'Go' is also often used in general to speak about the entire journey, trip or experience, rather than the actual traveling to a location.
Verb Forms: Go - Went - Gone - Going