is [a 2.5yr old breatfeeding] normal?
This is largely a cultural question, and without information about your community is unanswerable.
However it may be helpful to understand whether it's safe or recommended, and why one might choose to continue or discontinue breastfeeding at a specific age.
First, there is no safety issue. While it is recommended to feed children this age solids, the World Health Organization recommends breastfeeding exclusively until 6 months, and then continuing breastfeeding as a portion of a child's diet until age 2 or beyond.
At age 2, however, a child's caloric needs are about 1,000 calories a day. You may find that breastfeeding exclusively isn't able to meet these needs, but it's possible their needs are met. As children ultimately will have to wean, many health organizations recommend introducing solids at 6 months and increasing them over time to meet the child's nutritional needs completely.
If you are not exclusively breastfeeding, and this is only a portion of their nutrition you are fine. If you are exclusively breastfeeding you'll need to make sure you can keep up with the caloric demands, and you should consider introducing solids so you don't have to go to extra effort once they are off at school and need to eat in the middle of school.
At this age, though, while nutrition is a large part of breastfeeding, children often are breastfeeding for comfort and safety, physical, mental, and emotional. It's a way for them to connect and calm down.
Again, this cannot continue indefinitely (generally) so at some point you should attempt to understand their needs and find other ways they can be comforted, calmed, acknowledged, and have your time and attention that doesn't involve breastfeeding. You don't have to wean to find these things, but once you have found activities and tools that meet these needs your child may choose to use them rather than breastfeeding.
Expanding their horizons can be important, if they only know one way to soothe themselves, then they will have a difficult time adapting to situations where they cannot choose their preferred method. It's not so much a replacement as it is an expansion of possible solutions.