Hi Arthur Victor:
If you provided more context my answer to your question could be better.
Sugestão: roll through
1. to be at attendance at an event
2. to visit a locationestar num evento ou visitar determinado local
"Hey, are you going to roll through tonight's party?"
"I'm rolling through Philly tonight, can I crash at your place?"roll through
As opposed to "come through" which means getting to a location by foot, bus, or getting a ride, "roll through" means to visit a location via automobile."chegar" à pé, de ônibus ou automóvel...\"
Person A- "We ran out of drinks. People are leaving the party"
Person B- "Jamal's gonna roll through well ask him to take us to the store."
Source/fonte: Urban Dictionary.
De acordo com sua frase eu optaria pela segunda tradução, chegar a pé, ou através de transporte a um determinado local.