On the territory of the "Bulgarian Outpost" complex on the border of the Staromain and Cherdaklinsky districts near the village of Ivanovka in the Ulyanovsk region on July 7 the VI Festival of Living History "The Volga Way" took place, which was one of the most large-scale event events of the Volga region. This year was marked by the opening of a new site specially for this event, which in the future will be transformed for entertainment programs of other destinations on a year-round basis. The formed recreation area was adapted for visitors, contributing to the most comfortable and safe stay in the territory. The festival is dedicated to medieval themes, including the reconstruction of mass battles, tournaments, battles and equestrian competitions. In addition, numerous shopping malls with handmade crafts of local craftsmen are opened for the visit, which are ready to demonstrate their skills at master classes. More than 200 re-enactors from different cities of Samara, Togliatti, Penza, Engels, Nizhny Novgorod, Kirov, St. Petersburg, Kharkov, Kazan, Tambov, Orenburg, Moscow, Ulyanovsk became participants in the "Volga Way". The celebration, which is of great importance for the development of cultural and educational tourism in the region, is supported by the Governor of the Ulyanovsk region, Sergey Morozov. The aim of the festival is to popularize the culture and traditions of the people of the Volga region among guests of all age categories.