In Serbia. In Serbia, you can smoke everywhere: on the street, at train stations, in restaurants. And, unlike Spain or France, in public places you can find a lot of local smoking population. According to observations, it seems that there are more girls who smoke there than in Russia.
Was about a year ago in Spain, in the Canary Islands. There you could smoke wherever your heart desires. By the way, I expected to see crowds of people smoking, but I saw only crowds of athletes at morning runs.
Czech Republic is one of the few European countries where there is no smoking ban in bars and restaurants. Smoking is prohibited at public transport stops, train stations and on trains, but this ban does not apply to bars, cafes and restaurants. It all depends on the owner of the establishment, and as a rule, the establishments have rooms for smokers and non-smokers, as was the case in Russia. "The freedom of the Czech nation is more important than the health of the Czech nation," - this is how the Czech Government responded to the EU's recommendations on smoking cessation. However, the situation can change at any time: MPs from different parties from time to time come up with an initiative to introduce a ban on smoking in all public places.
In Italy and France, at least at tables on the street, for sure, and in my opinion on the islands I saw how people smoke everywhere. That Italian Sardinia, that French Corsica, in many respects is not quite Italy and France, respectively. In Turkey, in my opinion, it is allowed everywhere. In Cyprus, it used to be allowed to smoke wherever you want, but I'm not sure how it is now. In Finland, Denmark, Sweden, the premises are definitely prohibited.