A homecoming parade for Olympians will be held in Edinburgh on September 16.
The City of Edinburgh Council will also present Sir Chris Hoy with the Freedom of the City on the same day.
The Sunday parade will start at the City Chambers on the Royal Mile before the open-top bus heads down the Mound and along George Street to the Assembly Rooms.
Before and after the parade, the athletes will take part in walkabouts so the public can meet the sporting stars.
A civic reception will then be held by the Lord Provost Donald Wilson for athletes, coaches, support staff, officials and volunteers at London 2012.
Lord Provost Donald Wilson said: “This is Edinburgh’s chance to welcome home its Olympic and Paralympic heroes and to honour their outstanding achievements at their respective Games.
“Of course, there will be an extra special welcome for Britain’s greatest ever Olympian, our own Chris Hoy, to whom it will be a great pleasure to award the Freedom of the City of Edinburgh.
“It was very much his wish that this day be about celebrating with his team mates and I am hopeful that many of his fellow sportsmen and women will be able to join him on the parade and in the Assembly Rooms.”
The parade will start at 2.15pm and is expected to reach the Assembly Rooms at 3pm.
The official homecoming ceremony for Scotland’s Olympians will be held in Glasgow on September 14 after the government decided it should help promote Glasgow 2014.
Sir Chris Hoy became Britain’s greatest Olympian at London 2012 when he added two more gold medals to his collection.