'Visit Someone' or 'Visit to Someone'

It's "visit someone". Since we don't use the preposition "to" with the verb "visit", it's incorrect to say "visit to someone".

It's "visit someone". Since we don't use the preposition "to" with the verb "visit", it's incorrect to say "visit to someone".

Last weekend I visited my uncle.

Last weekend I visited to my uncle.

When using this word as a noun, however, "visit" can be followed by the preposition "to".

I'm planning a visit to my family.

Similarly, we can use the expression "visit a doctor" instead of "go to the doctor" or "see a doctor". In this particular context, "visit" sounds more formal.

After experiencing persistent vomiting, she decided to visit the doctor.

We normally use "visit" to talk about people, but you can also hear this word when speaking about places (e.g., "visit San Francisco", "visit a national park", etc.) Follow the same convention in this case.

How many tourists visited New York in 2022?

The best time to visit the national park is in early summer.

You can also visit a website.

Over 8,000 people visit our site every day.

And remember, while the preposition "to" cannot be used after the verb "visit", it's correct to use it after the noun.

A visit to Chicago isn't complete without exploring the Art Institute of Chicago.

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