Ireland's government has hosted a special reception for the country's Paralympic team to honour their achievements at London 2012.
Scottish athlete Katherine Grainger won the double sculls with Anna Watkins at London 2012.
Speaking ahead of today's victory parade in Scotland, she said: "I don't get back to Glasgow enough. it's my home town, it's lovely to come home and celebrate with the people who have supported us all along."
Overwhelmed by the amount of people on the streets in Glasgow today! 2014 is going to be amazingFrom @LynseySharp on Twitter:
Welsh hurdler and captain of Team GB for the London 2012 Olympics, Dai Greene, has tweeted ahead of a victory parade in Wales:
About to head out to see the crowds down Cardiff Bay, they've been waiting patientlyFrom @DaiGreene on Twitter:
Members of Scotland's Olympics and Paralympics teams were greeted by large crowds as they took part in an official victory parade in Glasgow.
Crowds begin to gather in Cardiff for the homecoming parade of the Welsh Olympian and Paralympian athletes.
Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond has paid tribute to the achievements of Scottish Olympians and Paralympians at London 2012.
Mr Salmond said Scotland was very happy with the "magnificent total of gold medals" Scottish Olympians and Paralympians carried home.
He added: "Someone was telling me, that if you do it by head per population, only the West Indies won more medals than Scotland!".
Thousands of people have lined the streets of Glasgow to celebrate the achievements of Scottish athletes, including six-time gold medallist Sir Chris, rower Katherine Grainger, swimmer Michael Jamieson and cyclist Neil Fachie.