' I went to place that I wanted to go to'
I've just read the sentence above from some test papers, and it looked really awkward.
I've already heard "I went to the place where I wanted to go" sounds more natural.
by the way, it was a test, and it was the case like I must use a relative pronoun 'that', Could I say "I went to the place that I want to go" instead of saying " I went to the place that I want to go to" just without 'to'?
If it's possible to say like that(saying without to), please let me know how grammatically it works