Team GB's medallists will lead the Rio Olympics parade in London on Tuesday (October 18) to celebrate their achievements.
A glorious procession is set to be the highlight, with big screens, music and festivities to welcome the sporting heroes to the capital.
With Team GB winning 67 medals and the Paralympic team claiming 147, it's set to be a full square to greet them after a tremendous performance in Brazil.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan said: "We are going to put on a fabulous celebration in Trafalgar Square of the achievements of our athletes in Rio, which kept millions up half the night cheering them on, including me.
"They have inspired millions of people, I’m incredibly proud of their exploits and they deserve nothing less than a real heroes' return in the heart of the capital."
If you're thinking of heading over, here is everything you need to know about the event and how you can catch a glimpse of Team GB.
Where is the parade taking place?
It is taking place on Tuesday, October 18, at Trafalgar Square in central London.
When does it start?
The parade will officially begin at 1pm, with official organisers saying it will last around 90 minutes from start to finish.
Do I have to pay to watch it?
No, the event is free.
Who will I see there and what is happening?
Olympians such as our very own Hounslow hero Mo Farah , as well as around 350 other athletes.
An emotional farewell to fans is set to take place as Jessica Ennis-Hill officially retires from athletics during the event.
What is the weather forecast for the parade?
It is predicted to be a damp start for London, but the rain is forecast to cease and some sunny spells are due to kick in for the afternoon, with around highs of 12 degrees celsius.
What if I can't make it to the event?
Don't worry if you can't make it to the square - getwestlondon will be there throughout the event bringing you the latest from the parade live and the reaction from crowds.
BBC One and Channel 4 will be covering it live as well.