Germany, for example.
This is the coverage map of Deutsche Telekom (T-Mobile):
You can click on "3G / UMTS / HSPA" to get the coverage of their 3G network (which is almost entirely now DC-HSPA with 42 Mbps). And if you click on "4G / LTE", you see the coverage of their new LTE network (on 800MHz & 1800 MHz).
I now it most be a bit ironic for people from the US to see T-Mobile (although they don't use that brand officially here in Germany at the moment) state that 4G starts with LTE. I guess it's because in Germany, all 4 operators are basically on equal footing technology & spectrum wise, so there was no need to "lower the standards" in marketing speak.