WooCommerce has a ton of options for multiple currencies right out of the box. WooCommerce comes bundled with dozens of different currencies you can use in your store, there are snippets to add extra currencies, there's also have a really nice Currency Converter Widget to help you display different currencies in your store.
By default WooCommerce will display the currency symbol with the product. You can do all sorts of things like choosing the position of the symbol (some currencies the symbol goes on the right of the number), you can change the decimal separator (some currencies prefer commas to decimal points), and you can change the number of decimal places (some currencies like Yen don't have decimals). We have docs for all of these settings.
This works great for 99% of the stores out there. There are a few exceptions that might require a couple snippets of code to display it exactly the way you want.