The meeting point for the pilgrims in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales was Tabard Inn. It is a small inn located in London, Southwark. Twenty-nine pilgrims met together and started their journey to Canterbury.
The meeting point of many pilgrims was London, in Southwark, which is currently a part of modern London. Before, it is used to be a village located on the south part of the Thames River. To be more precise, in The Canterbury Tales, meet in order to visit shrines in far holy places. Moreover, they meet even more often in order to go to Canterbury to see the relics of Saint Thomas Becket in Canterbury Cathedral. There they pray and thank the Saint for helping them.