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You can perfectly say tu in that case, but it would sound really weird. Instead we would use the impersonal pronoun se, as it sounds a lot more natural. In your example, it would be, "Hay muchas cosas que ver en Londres. Por ejemplo, se puede(podria) visitar El Parlamento...etc". As a general rule, we use tu almost exclusively to (informally) ...
Other is : Yo entreno natación
You can also use the very polysemic verb hacer (to do): Hago natación. Another possibility with practicar is to add the corresponding definite article to natación: Practico la natación. I'm not very sure of this, but I think that this form (with the article) is more typical of Spain as compared to Latin American varieties of Spanish.
NOTE : These are not practical translations I suppose you could say something like these examples, if you're just dead set on using the infinitive. El nadar lo practico or Practico el nadar. or Practico a nadar Practicar is a transitive verb meaning it requires an object. If it is ever used intransitively, then it is because the object ...
In English you can use the -ing form of the verbs to build a noun representing the action performed by that verb. This is only one of the many uses of -ing forms. In this case, "swimming" must be translated in Spanish as what it represents in your utterance, that is to say, natación: Yo practico natación. Be very careful with literal translations, ...
You could say Yo practico natación.
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