The stunning success of the country's athletes at London 2012 will be celebrated with parade through the city, organisers Sportscotland said today.
It will take place on Friday, September 14.
Among the medal winners expected to attend are cyclist Sir Chris Hoy – who became Britain's most successful Olympian at the Games – and Glasgow rower Katherine Grainger, who won gold at the women's double sculls.
Glasgow swimmer Michael Jamieson, 23, of Robroyston will to get a heroes' welcome when he returns home for the parade, after winning silver in the 200m breaststroke.
It is also hoped tennis ace, Andy Murray, who won gold in the men's singles and silver in the mixed doubles, will make an appearance.
The parade route has not yet been revealed, but it is expected to end in George Square.
It is understood that Glasgow has been chosen for the event as it is to host the 2014 Commonwealth Games and was the venue for Olympic football matches.
A Sportscotland spokesman said: "There will be a victory parade which will be a fitting and appropriate celebration of all of the Scottish Olympians and Paralympians in Team GB and Paralympic Team GB.
"The reception will be hosted by the First Minister and Glasgow City Council."
British Olympic Asso-ciation chairman Lord Colin Moynihan is also expected to attend alongside Sportscotland chairwoman Louise Martin.
A Sportscotland spokesman added: "There are some compelling reasons for it being in Glasgow: It is bidding for the 2018 Youth Olympic Games and there is also a symbolic transfer of the London Games, post Paralympics, on to Glasgow for the Commonwealth Games."
Scottish athletes won 13 medals, including seven golds, for Team GB during the Games.