The giant rings, which have been in George Square since May 31, will come down on Monday.
Measuring 10m by 5m and weighing three tons, the rings have been a major attraction throughout the sporting summer and thousands of people will probably have their picture taken with them today as Scotland's Olympic and Paralympic heroes parade through the city.
Around 50 athletes, including cyclists Sir Chris Hoy, inset, and Neil Fachie, and the Glasgow-born rower Katherine Grainger and swimmer Michael Jamieson, will board two lorries to parade from Kelvingrove Art Gallery And Museum to George Square.
Led by Williamwood Pipe Band, they will follow a 2.2-mile route along Sauchiehall Street, looping through the city to finish along Queen Street to the Square.
More than 17,000 people expected to pack into the non-ticketed event, which will include live entertainment.
Around 1700 metres of barriers will line the parade, which will take about 45 minutes to reach the Square.
Up to 100 people have worked on the event, in various roles, and the media will arrive in the city in force. So far, 150 journalists have been accredited, including 10 broadcast companies, who will arrive with technical teams.
After the celebrations in George Square, the athletes will join dignitaries for a reception at the Old Fruitmarket.
Glasgow City Council leader Gordon Matheson said: "Having the Olympic rings in the heart of the city proved hugely popular with locals and visitors.
"They quickly became one of our top attractions throughout the summer with thousands of people queuing to have their photo taken in front of them."
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