The Gosudareva doroga is, first of all, the historical path of Russia, the formation and development of the Russian state, which connects the two Russian capitals - Moscow and St. Petersburg and passes through the Moscow, Tver, Novgorod and Leningrad regions.
At the present, the distance along the M 10 highway from Moscow to St. Petersburg is 707 km.
The "Gosudareva doroga" is tract which connected St. Petersburg and Moscow. It was built by the decree of Peter I. Corteges of the Romanov imperial dynasty passed through it. The first guide about gosudareva's road in the history of Russia was written by a Tver's native - Glushkov. In terms of importance, this road is placed on a par with the Chuisky tract, which connected Russia and China.